Western society continues to be faced with numerous consequences of pluralism - ecological concerns, global imbalances, racial injustices, and gender discrimination. Christianity, at the same time, is confronting its own lack of superiority or cultural dominance. How can Christian theology face these issues to construct a theology for the twenty-first century?
In this book Gilkey articulates constructive proposals for addressing such issues. Rather than steering around the multiple challenges of pluralism, he offers insights to help shape a viable theology.