9781780747149

Are Non-Christians Saved? Joseph Ratzinger's Thoughts on Religious Pluralism

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  • ISBN13:

    9781780747149

  • ISBN10:

    1780747144

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 3/17/2015
  • Publisher: Oneworld Publications

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Summary

"In this carefully nuanced book, Ambrose Mong, a Dominican priest, explores Josef Ratzinger’s writings about the foundations of Christianity, the challenge of modernity and the corrosive effect of relativism.... As we transition into a world church, Father Mong suggests a pathway of understanding and interfaith dialogue that will enrich the church that we are becoming and perhaps result in a greater harmony, even as all people of faith seek the truth together.”
—America, The Catholic Digest


Are Non-Christians Saved? is essential reading for students, teachers and scholars seeking a thorough analysis of Ratzinger's position, including why he believes religious pluralism, with its 'evil twins' of relativism and secularism, is a threat to Christianity.

Author Biography

Ambrose Ih-Ren Mong obtained his B.A. and M.A. in English in Canada. He entered the Dominican Novitiate in Seville, Spain, and completed his philosophical and theological studies at the University of St Thomas Aquinas in Rome. He lives in Hong Kong.

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