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The Pluralism Project was developed to study, analyze, and document the growing religious diversity of the United States, especially the new immigrant religious communities. The site has various links to topics such as the history of religions in America, religious diversity, cultural studies, and world religions.
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Date Added to MERLOT: October 07, 1999
Date Modified in MERLOT: May 28, 2010
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Language: English
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Avatar for Don Peavy
5 years ago

Don Peavy (Faculty)

An excellent resource for bringing into focus religious diversity and the pressing need we face to find suitable ways of engaging that diversity. Should be required for students in religious studies courses, especially to assist students in understanding why we ought to study religion.
Time spent reviewing site: Ten minutes.
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