Strong prophetic pluralistic voices shape nations for a positive future.
“Through their risky stances against racism, sexism, imperialism, and American exceptionalism, ecumenical Protestants prodded a reluctant nation toward greater acceptance of pluralism during the 20th century.”
“Pluralism, in all its manifestations, remains the shaper and driver of ecumenism’s mission of unity—whether it’s unity among Christians, the religious, or humanity in general.”
What happens when these voices fade? What dangers can happen when we are to rigid to open ourselves to love others, regardless of faith tradition?