Being Christians in a Pluralistic Society

This seven-page discussion paper by the EFC's former Social Action Commission examines definitions of pluralism, liberalism and secularlism, and then considers possible responses including accommodation, the Christendom option and Christian pluralism. The paper rejects accommodation and Christendom, and goes on to outline some aspects of Christian pluralism including organizational structure, manner of acting and characteristics needed. It ends with eight suggestions for further reading.