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A theology with those objectives ought to be able to cast light, without prejudice, on certain realities which have up till now continued to be little known or relegated to the sidelines by a lack of symmetry between the respective worships and the consequences of these realities. Take for example the relationship between the mystery of the Eucharist in Christian Churches and the "State of Saint" in the celebrations of Candomble. Both practices give evidence to moments of total relation between the human and the divine.
Dupuis, Christianity and the Religions: From Confrontation to Dialogue, Maryknoll, Orbis, 2002, 11. 3 Today this is the more precise term for dealing with the topic although traditionally the more common term was theology of religions. In this essay both terms are used; the second is applied above all to explain the history of this theological reflection. 54 FAUSTINO TEIXEIRA affirms the wealth and meaning that the plurality of religions accomplishes in the mysterious divine plan for humanity In this sense, religious pluralism is welcomed positively since it expresses "all the richness of the infinite and many-faceted wisdom of God " 4 Before human beings even set out in search of the mystery of God, that same mystery had already embraced them in its infinite mercy The reality of this religious pluralism thus has "its primary foundation in the abundant wealth and variety of God's revelation of himself to humanity The divine initiative of self-communication 'on many occasions and in many ways' and its 'reception' and codification in various traditions is at the origin of the plurality of religions " 5 Recognition of and openness to pluralism in principle will not happen without resistance and difficulties Above all at this point when identities are being sharpened and ethnocentnsm is being radicalized, countless obstacles are placed in the way of a theological effort to think about religious pluralism in a richer and more open way The reality of diversified pluralism provokes a crisis in the structures of credibility that try to assure the nomos of unique identities and of communities of meaning Its impact on belief systems leads to intellectual and affective insecurity to the extent that it breaks the barriers of territorial protection and invites us to extend borders A distrust of relativity and the loss of substance in religious contents set in motion a desire for more security, stability and grounding This then provokes defensive and/or offensive reactions against the universe of otherness In taking up the question of religious pluralism in a classic work of the sociology of religion, Peter Berger showed how the pluralist situation gave rise not only to the "era of ecumenism," but also to the "era of rediscoveries of confessional heritages " 6 In trying to face the insecurity aroused by pluralism and as well the related fear of relativity, there is in some cases a tendency to concentrate on confessional differences as a guarantee for maintaining a threatened identity This kind of preoccupation appears strongly in the declaration Dominus Jesus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith 7 The distinction established in the declaration between theological faith or beliefs (DJ, 7) and Pontifical Commission for Inter-Religious Dialogue, Dialogue and Proclamation, n 41 J Dupuis and P Berryman, // cristianesimo , op cit, 469 Asian theologians were pioneers in this recognition of pluralism in principle In a beautiful document in 1969 the bishops of India said, "Other religions are not walls to attack or to demolish They constitute a dwelling place of the Spirit that we have not yet visited They are receptacles of the Word of God that we have chosen to ignore " F A Machado, "Diventare un'autentica chiesa locale fare teologia nell'Asia del Sud," en Vanos, Teologia delle rehgioni bilancie prospettive, Paohne, Milano, 2001, 169 P Berger, The Sacred Canopy Elements of a Sociological Theory of Religion, Dou bleday, Garden City, 1967, 148 The document is available in English on the Vatican Web Site (www Vatican va) T H E CHALLENGE OF RELGIOUS PLURALISM 55 the negation of religious pluralism in principle (DJ, 4) fits in perfectly with this logic of a defense of identity 8 In another sense, the path of dialogue proposed by the theology of religious pluralism implies recognition not only of the genuine difference that marks different religious traditions, but also of their richness as truly precious realities This otherness has to be honored in its very specific quality To honor otherness is to be able to recognize the value and the credibility of a religious pluralism as a nght or principle This challenge was pursued energetically by the theology of religious pluralism and now has proven to be a fruitful path that enlarges the perspectives of liberation theology Liberation Theology and Religious Pluralism Liberation theology began around 1968 m the search for a double fidelity to the God of life and to the Latin American people It was born as a new way of doing theology understood as a "critical reflection on historic praxis m the light of the Word " The decisive attention of this theology is directed to the historic future of humanity situated in the perspective of salvation There is a break with the idea of two histories, one sacred and the other profane running parallel to one another The accent is placed rather on the unity of a single history brought to term in Christ According to liberation theology, the saving action of God is present in the whole course of history and works toward greater human dignity The reflective dynamic of liberation theology is illumined by the perspective of the poor and their liberation If every human being is a "living temple of God," it is through encounter and engagement with each of them and with their historic future that the encounter with God becomes a reality 10 Even more decisive is the encounter with the poor and with the oppressed since they are privileged in the Reign of God In the view of liberation theology, growth of the Reign of God happens through a liberating histoncal process This does not mean that the process exhausts the whole reality of God's Reign, which is above all a gift'' 8 According to the declaration Dominus Jesus, theological faith consists in "acceptance of the truth revealed by the One and Triune God ' Belief in other religions then represents "religious experience still in search of absolute truth and still lacking assent to God who reveals himself" (DJ7) This is a distinction that confirms adherence to a theology of completion that seeks to draw a clear line of demarcation between Christianity and the other religions 9 G Gutierrez, Teologia de hberacion, Perspecttvas, edicwnes Sigueme, Slamanca, 1987, 38 10 Ibid.