AuthorsHolt, James D.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis article examines briefly the various polemic and polite exchanges between Evangelicals and Latter-day Saints. It suggests that these exchanges are asking the wrong questions, and beginning from an incorrect basis. Within Latter-day Saint circles the questions has tended to be how: “How do other faiths relate to use?”, where actually, understanding how they view other faiths will enable Latter-day Saints to frame their questions and responses better. The article concludes with a suggestion for ground rules to enable the burgeoning dialogue to move forward at a pace.
CitationHolt, J. (2012). Interfaith Dialogue: A Way Forward in Setting Ground Rules. Sacred Tribes Journal, 7(1), 69-79.
JournalSacred Tribes Journal
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