interreligious-dialogue

Religion is an ancient and powerful tool for propelling people into action and providing them with the feeling that this
Regardless if science can provide a more technical, profound and sophisticated understanding of the natural and physical worlds, it cannot judge, evaluate moral or ethical claims because these fall outside the realm of scientific research.
People often ask me if they need to be a Buddhist to practice meditation and Buddha dharma. I tell them, "No, it's not necessary
Many people are very discouraged by the current climate of anti-Muslim and anti-"other" rhetoric that so fills the airwaves. However, the larger reality is that we are progressing as anation towards a more positive appropriation of our rich religious diversity.
Participants agreed that it is not religion per say that causes conflict, but individuals who exploit religion for personal, commercial and political gains. They agreed to return home and pursue the following in the spirit of fraternity.
Opposition to same-sex marriage has never been and should never be a defining mark of what it means to be Hindu.
We, the undersigned persons from the community at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, denounce the statements made by Donald Trump regarding banning Muslims from the United States.
Our third speaker, Issa Jabber -- the mayor of the Israeli Arab town of Abu Gosh, and a former chairperson for many years
References Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan, "Let My People Go! Threads of Exodus in African American Narratives" in Yet With a Steady
At first glance, the idea of having an interreligious prayer might seem disingenuous and perhaps even insulting; one might ask whether or not the prayer is truly "meaningful": does the language used reflect how one understands their idea and conceptualization of the divine?