Diversity

by Dr. Rita M. Gross Much of my scholarly life as been devoted to inter-religious interchange, Buddhist-Christian dialogue, and theology of religions—effort that has finally culminated in my book Religious Diversity—...
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by Rita M. Gross This article was originally published on June 15, 2012 by The Interfaith Observer . As Much as Possible, Do No Harm Despite popular slogans, we do not dwell in a world characterized by unprecedented...
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by Yoland Trevino This article was originally published in Women, Spirituality, and Transformative Leadership: Where Grace Meets Power (SkyLight Paths, 2012) . Reviving Indigenous Values In Lak’ech Ala K’in. In my Mayan...
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by Rev. Dr. Jesse F. Tanner This article was originally published on July 7, 2011 in Rev. Tanner’s blog Embracing Plurality, Engaging the Other, Living the Questions . In our current world of increasing globalization...
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by Dr. Jeffrey Carlson This article was originally published in Spotlight on Teaching Vol. 19, No. 4, October 2004. In some curricula, “diversity” or “multiculturalism” is relegated to a single course on the so-called...
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by Dr. Jeffrey Carlson This article was originally published in Diversity & Democracy Summer 2013, Vol. 16, No. 3. Considerations of religious, spiritual, and value-based worldviews should be essential to liberal...
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by Janaan Hashim Originally published on June 4, 2014 by Council on Foundations , Photo by Council of Islamic Organizations of Chicago I love my city of Chicago. One of my prouder moments occurred in 2010 which, to me,...
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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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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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