Even a cursory glance at today’s headlines
reveals a deep inability to get along. From politics, to religion, to
social issues, extreme positions may play well with a political base, but do
little to further substantive conversation and real change. How
do we get back to forming meaningful relationships that can move toward
common ground, despite our deep ideological differences? The answer lies in a confident pluralism, said John Inazu, JD, PhD, an expert on law and religion at Washington University in St. Louis.