multireligious

multireligious

(ˌmʌltɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs)
adj
belonging to or following more than one religion(of a country, society, etc) having followers of more than one religion
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Contested Spaces, Common Ground: Space and Power Structures in Contemporary Multireligious Societies
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For those interested in theology in a multireligious world, this study offers surprisingly new resources, especially on the issues of translatability ' and the point of interfaith dialogue and comparative work.
The summer school was intended to equip the young people to live with confidence in a multireligious world.
It offers insights into the evolution of ethnic identities and the rise of a sense of national belonging in multiethnic and multireligious Malaysia and Singapore.