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Interacting Crises

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1 commentaire “Pluralism and its Contemporary Challenges / Sri Lanka [18/09/2015]”

  1. Great speech by Prof T Ramadan, I have already read Quest for Meaning, you have taken the role of an Ambassodor of peace,by preaching to value diversity and to know your own in depth, universality through unique paths of diverse religion, fantastic speech! Professor, I have a slight problem with one of your opinion, you said that “no one should have the monopoly of the truth” then later you said, ” I know that Islam is the final truth”, I have unfortunately read “God is not Great” by you know who, with whom you had a debate, he said Islam is a Totalarian religion, “the statement Final truth” seems to confirm this point! How would you reconcile this irony?. Best wishes, Gowry

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