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  1. inclusivismnoun

    The practice of incorporating disparate or unreconciled elements in a single, inclusive system or theory.

  2. inclusivismnoun

    The view that all religions have a partial truth.

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  1. Inclusivism

    Inclusivism, one of several approaches to understanding the relationship between religions, asserts that while one set of beliefs is absolutely true, other sets of beliefs are at least partially true. It stands in contrast to exclusivism, which asserts that only one way is true and all others are in error. It is a particular form of religious pluralism, though that term may also assert that all beliefs are equally valid within a believer's particular context. Broadly speaking, there are two schools of Inclusivist thought: ⁕Traditional Inclusivism, which asserts that the believer's own views are absolutely true, and believers of other religions are correct insofar as they agree with that believer. ⁕Relativistic Inclusivism, which asserts that an unknown set of assertions are Absolutely True, that no human being currently living has yet ascertained Absolute Truth, but that all human beings have partially ascertained Absolute Truth. Strands of both types of Inclusivist thought run through all faiths.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of inclusivism in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of inclusivism in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

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