Carl Trueman on Confident Pluralism

Carl Trueman, the Paul Woolley Professor of Church History at Westminster Theological Seminary, has a review of Confident Pluralism at First Things.  I have a brief response here.

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Some Shorter Pieces on Confident Pluralism

Now that Confident Pluralism is available on Amazon, I thought it would be useful to compile a list of (freely accessible) articles and essays that fold into the book or explore some of its themes in greater detail. I’ve arranged them topically.

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Tim Keller on Confident Pluralism

Pastor and author Tim Keller joins me for a short video discussion about Confident Pluralism in my second post previewing the release of the book.  I first met Tim a few years ago, and I’ve appreciated the ways that his own writing and speaking echo similar themes.

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Confident Pluralism Across Deep Difference

Confident Pluralism allows genuine difference to coexist without suppressing or minimizing our firmly held convictions. We can embrace pluralism precisely because we are confident in our own beliefs and in the groups and institutions that sustain them. That vision does not entail illusions that our differences will disappear. To the contrary, it forces us to pursue a common existence in spite of our deeply held differences. Confident Pluralism will not give us the American Dream. But it might help avoid the American Nightmare.

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