Taking up the bold claim for the universal significance of christological particularity, this essay begins with a brief description of a range of contemporary perspectives on the relation of Jesus Christ to religious pluralism, using a ten-fold taxonomy rather than the popular but inadequate pluralism/inclusivism/exclusivism formula. Current perspectives are identified as: common core, common quest, common community, common pool, common range (all variations on a pluralist approach); anonymous particularity, revelatory particularity, imperial particularity, pluralist particularity and narrative particularity as types giving pride of place to Christian singularity. The heart of the paper is an exposition of the tenth perspective, a narrative account of the meaning of Christ as the Savior in a religiously plural world.
"Claiming Jesus as Savior in a Religiously Plural World,"
Journal for Christian Theological Research: Vol. 8
, Article 3.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.luthersem.edu/jctr/vol8/iss2003/3