The high cost of pluralism – Don Carson…

First, pluralism, as I have already hinted, is surprisingly intolerant. All positions except its own are negotiable.

Second, pluralism tends to be the unwitting stooge of the contemporary social agenda.

Third, it inevitably tends toward the depreciation of truth, even the possibility of knowing truth. The positions it then espouses are informed less by thoughtful criteria than by current fads.

Don Carson
1987

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