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Tag: Faith and Culture

Religious Relativism

Religious relativism means that the correctness of a religion is relative to the worldview of its community of adherents. (www.iep.utm.edu)

Experiencing Christ Through The Black Nazarene

"The challenge for the contemporary 'non-Catholic' Christian churches is how to make their liturgy and other church services serve as transmitter (mediator) of Christ's power so that the congregation can have a more tangible and concrete experience of Christ."

Karakol: An Expression of Faith and Culture

‘Religion and life are inseparable. Long before the Spanish colonizers came, Filipinos had been holding thanksgiving celebrations or festivals that are religious in nature. Hornedo tells us that this “native […]