Interreligious Relations

The Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University has provided a study on Catholic attitudes toward Islam and Muslims that is exemplary in its honesty and transparency. But...
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by Raheel Raza This article was originally published on November 15, 2012 by The Interfaith Observer . Unexpected Connections – Diversity, Transformation, and Hope What a joy, to travel the way of the heart . ~ Rumi The...
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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 Martin Marty Originally published on November 4, 2013 in Sightings Good news for readers who are weary of some subjects which are naturally covered in Sightings : here is a story about some Native Americans and about...
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by Martin Marty Originally published on December 9, 2002 in Sightings Sightings attends to public expressions of religion. Not too long ago, that would have left topics such as marriage, residential life, leisure life,...
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by Martin Marty Originally published on June 10, 2013 in Sightings “Every living and healthy religion has a marked idiosyncrasy” wrote philosopher George Santayana, and its power comes from the “special and surprising...
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by Dr. Susannah Heschel Published by The Jewish Week, 01/10/2012 One of the most remarkable friendships in Jewish history was between my father, Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. When they...
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by Dr. Leo D. Lefebure Interreligious relationships challenge us to expand our horizons, to learn new perspectives, and to see ourselves and our world in a different light. Jesus made clear that relationships with...
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