Is Europe’s religious history an exceptional case? Through its exclusionary form of voluntary membership, Christianity created a negative Other that demarcated it from pagan traditions. In this process, European Christianity invented a unique form of religious pluralism and religious tolerance. Helmut Zander analyzes the ways that this model shaped European religious history and its global impact in the context of European imperialism.
Helmut Zander, Universität Freiburg
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