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  1. When Encounters Between Religious Worldviews Are a Threat: Applying Triune Ethics Theory in a Religiously Diverse Landscape.Daniel Fleming & Terence Lovat - 2014 - Journal of Moral Education 43 (3):377-393.
    Democratic societies today face increasing diversity, including religious diversity, and are finding that interfaith engagement possesses potential to bring out the worst and the best of human responses and, correlatively, that such engagement can either assist in or undermine the social cohesion of these societies. This article employs Triune Ethics Theory and Australian Values Education data in order to appraise the impact of interfaith engagement on human behaviour. TET’s notion of imaginative mindsets is utilised to show that interfaith engagement can (...)
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