Category: Interfaith & Interreligious Dialogue

Interfaith & Interreligious Dialogue

Changing U.S. Demographics and the Impact on Interfaith Dialogue

We’ve changed as a nation – that’s very clear. Though Protestant Christians are still the single largest religious group, the Pew Research Center measured their share of the population as 40 percent of all Americans…

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The Blessing of a Rare Confluence of Religious Observances

As we begin this week, and in reflecting upon the Palm Sunday service our family attended last weekend, I am reminded that we are in a special moment. This year our three Abrahamic families –…

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6 Non-Religious Career Paths for Interreligious Studies Graduates

Students with an interreligious foundation hone skills in critical thinking and empathy that make them uniquely qualified for non-religious careers across industries where they can make a difference.

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Exploring the history of interfaith dialogue

In 1893, religious leaders from around the world met in Chicago for the World’s Parliament of Religions, which scholars and faith leaders today recognize as the origin of formal interreligious dialogue. While we credit this…

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