Jordan Ballor on Confident Pluralism

Jordan Ballor, the executive editor of the Journal of Markets & Morality and research fellow at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion & Liberty, reviews Confident Pluralism for The Gospel Coalition.  Ballor rightly observes that “confident pluralism is, in fact, morally principled, even though it may appear at times to be exceedingly accommodating of hostile perspectives.”  And he suggests that “readers will find much of value in Inazu’s brisk and winsome vision for an American polity newly reoriented toward confident pluralism.”  You can read the full review here.