1 edition of Status of religious pluralism in Israel. found in the catalog.
Status of religious pluralism in Israel.
Bibliography: p. 64.
|Contributions||American Jewish Committee.|
|LC Classifications||BM390 .S73 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||82215467|
Question: "What is religious pluralism?" Answer: Religious pluralism generally refers to the belief in two or more religious worldviews as being equally valid or acceptable. More than mere tolerance, religious pluralism accepts multiple paths to God or gods as a possibility and is usually contrasted with “exclusivism,” the idea that there is only one true religion or .
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In the late ’s pluralism in Israel meant one thing: creating a more level playing field for non-Orthodox Judaism particularly the fledgling Reform and Conservative Movements here. When the Israel Religions Action Center of the Israeli Reform Movement was founded in to promote Liberal Judaism in Israel, its Hebrew name was: “Hamercaz le’Pluralizim” (Center for Pluralism).
Religious pluralism relies heavily on inclusivism, or the idea that one's religion is not the sole source of truth, and therefore other sets of beliefs can be at least partially true.
It is based on tolerance, which is a prerequisite for the harmonious co-existence of different religious. Resolutions passed by organization also reject attempts to deny the Armenian genocide, call for religious pluralism in Israel By JTA Decemam.
The status quo in sharing public space -- that is to say, the status quo agreement that was established really had to do with sharing public space between Orthodox and non-Orthodox. Part of the social contract was not insisting upon a religious or halakhic definition of who is a Jew, but developing a quasi-secular one that is built upon certain.
What's Wrong with Religious Pluralism. The problem with pluralism is, in spite of its claim to be tolerant, it is actually intolerant, particularly of Christianity, which promotes an exclusive view of its path to God through faith in Jesus Christ.
However, it seemingly turns a blind eye towards Muslims, who force conversions through use of the sword, and Hindus, who. Religious pluralism is a set of religious world views that hold that one's religion is not the sole and exclusive source of truth, and thus recognizes that some level of truth and value exists in other religions.
As such, religious pluralism goes beyond religious. The annual survey by Hiddush, a nonprofit advocating religious pluralism in Israel, offers indications that the Israeli Jewish public is as supportive as ever of religious pluralism, if not more so.
The Israel Religious Action Center (IRAC) IRAC advances pluralism in Israeli society and defends the freedoms of conscience, faith and religion. Today, it is the preeminent civil and human rights organization in Israel focusing on the issues of religion and state, and is the leading Jewish organization advocating for a broadly inclusive Israeli.
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The term “pluralism,” as far as I know, was coined by Horace Kallen (–), an American philosopher who not only described but also celebrated the diversity of this society. Proponents of religious pluralism in Israel are in a jubilant mood these days. They believe the surprise results of the elections may lead to greater acceptance of non-Orthodox Judaism.
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