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"But... You're Not Jewish"

This Holy Week, I realized I’ve been to more non-Christian religious services than Christian services recently. In the last month and a half, I’ve attended services at a mosque, Hindu meditation, a Buddhist Dharma Talk, Roman Catholic mass, a “radically inclusive” Methodist service, and participated in the Jewish holidays of Purim and Passover Seder. 902 more words

MATTHEW MYER BOULTON: SOUNDING THE DEATH KNOLL FOR INDIANA'S PROGRESSIVE SEMINARY (CHRISTIAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY) PART I

I graduated from Christian Theological Seminary with a Masters degree in Theological Studies. It is the progressive, ecumenical seminary in Indiana. Rather it was. As I was graduating a new president was coming in. 440 more words

Essays

The Danger of "God’s Not Dead": An Interfaith Perspective

Let me begin this blog post with a caveat—I have not yet seen the film God’s Not Dead. This is not a movie review, rather it is a review of a preview. 527 more words

THE CENTRALITY OF THE DIVINE FEMININE IN SUFISM by Laurence Galien

THE CENTRALITY OF THE DIVINE FEMININE IN SUFISM

© 2004 by Laurence Galian

and by request of the author: ANYONE WHO TRIES TO SELL THIS ON SCRIBD OR ANYWHERE ELSE WILL BE PROSECUTED… 14,156 more words

Islam

the clear water...

To illustrate the plurality of spiritual moods or sacred traditions, RamaKrishna told this parable. The Hindus call that which quenches our thirst ‘jal’, Muslims call it ‘pani’, the English call it ‘water’. 83 more words

Sufism