What is the best response to religious relativism in our secular and post-secular society? Paul Lim, professor of history, Christian, and faculty house master at Vanderbilt University, argues for principled pluralism, so that we can all come around the table and learn from each other’s commitments.

This is an excerpt from a longer presentation at the Claremont Consortium in 2011 entitled “True For You But Not For Me: Is Christian Truth Culturally Relative?” The seminar was hosted by The Veritas Forum.