This article is aimed at introducing multivalued logic as an epistemic
model for theological thought within the reformational-dialectic paradigm.
Nowadays, reformational-dialectic theology is challenged by postmodem
culture, interreligious exposure and scientific discoveries, which
subsequently lead to new and unaccounted world-views. As a result, an
epistemological shift based on an expanded rationality is called for. It is
in this regard that multivalued logic emerges as an epistemic model specifically
developed to accommodate diversity, uncertainty and probability
as well as, to restore hope and faith in the hearts of millions.
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