Theoretical Analysis and Realistic Way of Religious Dialogue

Lei MA

Abstract


The increasing importance of religious dialogue to resolve conflicts in the areas of inter-ethnic problems in the era of globalization context, therefore, the value and significance of the theoretical study of religious dialogue are important. In this paper, based on the analysis of the need for religious dialogue, the possibility of existing theory, trying to put forward feasible a comprehensive dialogue program that religious dialogue must be tolerant faith as the premise to start from the cultural level, the cultural isolation with the foundation on the face of the reality of mankind to seek a global ethic.

Keywords


Religion; Dialogue; Belief tolerance; Global ethics

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