PHL 356 Religious Diversity (3 credits)
Religious diversity is an inescapable fact. It is hard to imagine anyone’s thinking his or her religion (should he or she have one) to be the only one that exists or the only one capable of evincing commitment and devotion. The diversity of religions raises questions that are practical as well as theoretical. The fact of religious diversity has elicited various philosophical reactions, ranging from exclusivism, to relativism to inclusivism.