This book offers a theology of religious pluralism. It was conceived and developed in Latin America from the perspective of liberation theology. One of the issues at play in the liberation of humanity is the world's ability to accept religious pluralism, and Latin American theology does not want to be silent on this topic. Born out of Latin American spirituality, this theology of religious pluralism is a liberating theology. It may be the first Latin American book that seeks to express something complete and systematic on this topic from the perspective of this continent and that of liberation theology.
José María Vigil, Panamá City, Panamá, is a theologian and psychologist. Currently he is coordinator of the International Theological Commission of EATWOT (www.eatwot.org/TheologicalCommission), chief editor of the Latin American Agenda (latinoamericana.org), published since 1992 in 17 countries and 6 languages, and coordinator of www.servicioskoinonia.org, a website on Liberation Theology and Pluralistic Theology. He is author of various books and articles and edited (with Luiza Tomita and Marcelo Barros) Along the many paths of God (LIT Verlag 2008).