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Cramer, D., & Hick, J. (2009). Religious Pluralism. In Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Texas: Baylor University.

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based on the notion that the world is religiously ambiguous, such that it can be experienced either religiously or non-religiously, with no compelling proofs for or against any one religious or nonreligious interpretation of the world.

no one religion can lay claim to being the only context for authentic religious experience (Cramer & Hick, 2009)

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