Q Los Angeles 2013
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Public Faith in a Pluralistic Society
Christians often talk about the common good but find it difficult to pursue it in a world of competing voices. Miroslav Volf claims the confusion stems from misunderstandings about human flourishing, abundant living and co-existing alongside adherents of other faiths. He explains how pursuing the common good in a pluralistic context doesn’t mean compromising our deeply held convictions.
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