Inclusivism

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Religious inclusivism
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Inclusivism asserts that while one set of beliefs is absolutely true, other sets of beliefs are at least partially true. It stands in contrast to exclusivism, which asserts that only one way is true and all others are in error, and religious pluralism, which asserts that all beliefs are equally valid within a believer's particular context.

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