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What effect do you think religious pluralism and the interfaith movement will have on the future of organized religion?

For many organized religious groups, it's not about helping people gain personal spiritual empowerment but blind and swift indoctrination and total dependency on THEIR way, of (MORE)

What is the Plural for you?

You is actually the old plural form. The old singular - thou - has become obsolete, used only in prayer and certain fossilized expressions. The form ye is used for a plural yo (MORE)

What is the plural?

Plural is an English term for explaining more than 1. For example. Cat is singular Cats is plural. House is singular. Houses is plural.
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What are religious pluralism the interfaith movement and the responses to other faiths in todays religious world?

Religious pluralism--understanding and accepting that there is more than one religion. Interfaith movement--many religions work together on common goals such as social justi (MORE)

What is Religious Pluralism and Interfaith dialog?

These terms have multiple meanings. However, here are "normative" answers. Religious Pluralism typically is the belief that all religions are essentially "true" or at least (MORE)

What place is there if any for missionary practices in a religiously plural world?

 There is always a place for those who feel called to do missionary work, but the paradigm has changed. Formerly, missionaries went out from Western countries to convert the (MORE)

Can its be plural?

No, the word  its is a singular pronoun, the possessive form of "it".   The plural form of the possessive pronoun "its" is theirs.   The plural form of the possessive (MORE)

What is the plural of did?

Actually did is the past sense verb of the original verb 'do'.  There is no bifurcation as singular and plural for the verbs.  Though you use it for singular person or plura (MORE)

Is have the plural of has?

Have can be both singular and plural, but has can only be singular. So you are partly right. Have is used with the first and second persons singular and with all persons plur (MORE)