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Pluralism's Basic Premise is that All Religions are True

Pluralism's Basic Premise is that All Religions are True
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In his recent book, author Mark Clark wrote:

If you want to understand the dogma of religious pluralism, consider a scene from the comedy movie Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. If you haven't seen it, Ricky is a professional race car driver whose car crashes during a race. Thinking he's on fire, he runs around the ...

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