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Interfaith Cooperation

I worked for many years with ecumenical Christian organizations and for ten years directed an interfaith organization that supports religious freedom and promotes tolerance. The following essays present a supportive but critical approach to interfaith work.

Ending Religious Violence 

Many look to the Jewish, Christian and Muslim scriptures to justify their own violence.

Address to the 1999 Parliament of the World's Religions

A large interfaith gathering was held at the end of 1999 in Capetown, South Africa. I was invited to deliver a major address.

Quest for Truth: Critical Reflections on Interfaith Cooperation

A summary of my book, which you may order online.

Religious Faith and Interfaith Cooperation

Interfaith cooperation can be a strategy for securing religious freedom and other fundamental human rights.

Interfaith Goals

The goals of interfaith cooperation should include transparency, humility and solidarity.

The Challenge of a Global Ethics  

Suggestions made in 1992 before the 1993 Declaration Towards a Global Ethic was approved at the Parliament of the World's Religions.

Organizing Interfaith Dialogue  

The STEP method: studying scripture, talking, eating, and praying together.

Interfaith Dictionary 

Defines the key words used in interfaith dialogue.

Non-adversarial Conflict Resolution  

An approach that emphasizes harmony and interdependence.

Ecology and Human Rights  

Learning from human rights advocacy for human dignity how to support ecology by advocating for an earth community.

Truth and Interfaith Dialogue  

Inter-religious dialogue should clarify the truth about faith as a personal experience, the facts concerning religious traditions, and the human right of freedom of religion or belief.

 

 

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