Category: Interfaith & Interreligious Dialogue
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…
Why An Interfaith Dialogue on Climate Change is Important
Climate change is a crisis that will undoubtedly have serious repercussions far into the future. As a global crisis, it also is a crisis that touches and elicits different responses from people of different faiths….
Faith in the Neighborhood
Dr. Lucinda Mosher, Faculty Associate in Chaplaincy and Interreligious Studies discusses the notion of “faith in the neighborhood” and how it affects exploration of interreligious worldviews.
Examining Sacral Architecture Passed Through Different Faiths
As different faiths came into power in regions across the globe, they often adopted existing religious sacral spaces influencing their architecture. What can we learn from The Hagia Sophia and The Cathedral in Córdoba about the shared histories of these sacral spaces?