Christians should admire the spiritual wisdom and insight that is found in other religions but also recognize qualities in Christianity that make it a remarkable religion, Professor of Philosophy Stephen T. Davis said.

Davis explained his belief of distinctive qualities of Christianity that contradict the philosophical views of pluralism in his lecture “Is Christianity Unique?” on Oct. 19.

Davis said he aimed his lecture towards Christians and non-Christians to raise the issue of religious diversity, argue against pluralistic views of philosopher John Hick and show that Christianity is unique.

Hick is a Christian philosopher who views that religious truth is relative to cultures and individuals, according to the Philosophy of Religion website.

Davis disagrees with the pluralistic view that religious disagreement is the deepest problem in the world and that if a plausible pluralistic theory could be found, then it could resolve the differences and create a unified society.

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