Peter Phan, who is both Vietanmese and American, knows the stresses of intercultural and interreligious living. Phan reflects on cultural diversity in spiritual life. Above all, he reflects on the question, how much uniformity will people in a postmodern world tolerate in life, liturgy, and denominational self-definition?
Peter C. Phan is Ignacio Ellacuria, S.J. Professor of Catholic Social Thought at Georgetown University and author of many books, including Christianity with an Asian Face and In Our Own Tongues.
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