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Lecture: "In America, All Religions are True: Implications of the New Pluralism for Democracy"

dc.contributor.authorWuthnow, Robert
dc.identifier.citationVanderbilt University podcast episode.en
dc.descriptionIncludes descriptive metadata provided by producer in MP3 file: "Respect for a variety of religious traditions is growing in America, but that welcome development holds potential pitfalls for democracy, believes Robert Wuthnow, a Princeton University sociologist who spoke March 23 at Vanderbilt University." Religious "markets" have flourished with the influx of immigrants and growing multiculturalism of American society, but have become more privatized. Enduring values and principles become matters of mere personal opinion, degrading the public political discourse. True religious pluralism extends beyond tolerance of differences to the open public debate of religious values and principles.en
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dc.publisherVanderbilt News Serviceen
dc.subjectReligious diversityen
dc.subject.lcshVanderbilt Universityen
dc.subject.lcshChristianity -- United Statesen
dc.subject.lcshReligious pluralism -- United Statesen
dc.subject.lcshImmigrants -- United States -- Religious aspectsen
dc.subject.lcshDemocracy -- Religious aspectsen
dc.subject.lcshWuthnow, Roberten
dc.subject.lcshReligious righten
dc.titleLecture: "In America, All Religions are True: Implications of the New Pluralism for Democracy"en
dc.typeRecording, oralen

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