Radical Pluralism

Sermon by Sasha Akhavi.

Silhouettes of diverse people

Pluralism calls on us to relate to others who are different from us. But how different can those others be before relating becomes impossible? And how familiar can another be to us while still being mysterious? We often divide the world into friendly others that we would welcome into our home and strangers that belong outside it. But what happens when the whole interdependent web of existence is our home? Well — things get pretty weird.

This service was live at Oakwood Collegiate Institute.

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