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by Dr. Tarunjit Singh Butalia While growing up as a kid in northern India in the early 1980s, I fondly remember one of my best friends in high school, Sher Ali Khan. He was a devout Muslim. While in 9th grade, Sher Ali...
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by Dr. Tarunjit Singh Butalia Originally published on September 23, 2013 in The Huffington Post Today, I am a proud and purposed Sikh-American, providing leadership in key national and international interreligious...
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by Rabbi Michael Balinsky Originally published on August 16, 2012 in Rabbis Without Borders – My Jewish Learning The first two weeks of August my wife and I visited the Canadian Rockies which are magnificent. Most of...
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by Dr. Robert P. Sellers Originally published in April 2001 in ChristianEthicsToday My wife and I spent almost a quarter century living among the peoples of Colombia, the Philippines, and Indonesia. For more than two...
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Originally published on July 20, 2009 in EthicsDaily We no longer need to travel internationally to encounter Muslims. In the United States, Muslims are living in our neighborhoods and working in our cities. Like our...
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by Rev. Dr. John Pawlikowski Originally published in 2008 in Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations In an address to the annual meeting of the Catholic Theological Society of America in 1986 the Canadian theologian...
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by Rev. Dr. John Pawlikowski Originally published on July 17, 2014 in The American Diversity Report The academic study of ethics, in light of the experience of the Holocaust, has witnessed rapid development in the last...
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by Janaan Hashim I have a new-found respect for Muslim women who look nothing like me, but share the common thread of faith. The media has painted them in a negative, oppressed manner; one in which they must be “freed”...
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by Rev. Dr. Anne Benvenuti Parliament Trustee Rev. Dr. Anne Benvenuti’s new book entitled Spirit Unleashed: Reimagining Human-Animal Relations has been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in non-fiction. The book applies...
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by Rev. Robert V. Thompson Along with approximately 7000 people, I shared in the profound and moving experience of the 1993 Parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago. There is a story from the 1993 Parliament that...
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by Professor, The Reverend Gary D. Bouma AM Five years ago the Parliament of the World’s Religions convened in Melbourne, Australia. It was a grand occasion made colourful literally and spiritually by the presence of...
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by Deborah J. Levine Originally published on October 7, 2013 in The Huffington Post While leadership training will often include issues related to Diversity and Inclusion, few programs include instruction in religious...
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by Deborah J. Levine Originally published on December 25, 2014 in The American Diversity Report Why does Diversity & Inclusion training include so little instruction in religious diversity? The cultural awareness...
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by Deborah J. Levine Originally published on September 6, 2014 in The American Diversity Report There are two basic motivations of the entrepreneur. The first is Money, the bottom line. Some say that business people...
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by Craig Considine Originally published on February 3, 2015 in The Huffington Post The following short collection lists eight of the most important monuments in the world in terms of interfaith dialogue and interfaith...
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by Anantanand Rambachan Originally published on October 10, 2013 in The Huffington Post The word "Diwali" means an arrangement or a row of lights. Traditionally, Diwali is celebrated on the darkest night of the year...
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by Anantanand Rambachan Originally published on August 7, 2013 in The Huffington Post In ancient Greece, the agora or the public square was the space where the community gathered to discuss matters of shared concern...
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by Anantanand Rambachan Originally published on September 30, 2013 in The Huffington Post Swami Vivekananda(1863-1902), whose 150th birth anniversary we celebrate this year, was a Hindu monk with an extraordinary vision...
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by Anantanand Rambachan Originally published on November 11, 2012 in The Huffington Post Our celebration of Diwali 2012 occurs in a year when, sadly, the major events associated with religion are stories of violence,...
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by Cara Schulz Originally published on March 12, 2015 in The Wild Hunt “Now that’s what I call magic—seein’ all that, dealin’ with all that, and still goin’ on. It’s sittin’ up all night with some poor old man who’s...
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