From Multiculturalism to Multifaithism?
A Panel Debate
Tope Omoniyi, Joshua A. Fishman
Volume 10, Issue 2, pages 315-318
Omoniyi has defined ‘multifaithism’ as ‘providing access to the data of intra-network and inter-network variation in religious practice and in behaviour directed towards religion’ (2006:124). It is the institutional recognition of multiple faiths by the state and the granting of equal rights and protection to devotees by law. From another perspective, it is the accommodation of and participation in the practices of more than one faith, including even only the observance of religious holidays and festivals such as Christmas, Eid, Divali, and so on by individuals and communities…
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