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A Year of Being Kind blog – Sunday, September 25, 2016

The Interfaith Walk for Peace in Morton Grove happened yesterday, Saturday, September 24th. A wonderful experience! 558 more words

Announcing the Keynote Speakers for the 2016 International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, New York City

The International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation is pleased to announce the Keynote Speakers for the 2016 Annual International Conference on Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding, holding November 2-3, 2016 in New York City. 13 more words


Voices of Peace through Arts in the United Arab Emirates

Paper presented at the 10th Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies Conference on September 24, 2016.

Location: University of Southern Denmark in Odense.

A brief will be soon published.

Peace Education

On Ecumenism

On Ecumenism: My Response to a Peter Enns Quote

By Ken K. Gourdin

Another poster at Mormon Dialogue and Discussion recently posted the following quote (provenance as attributed by him): 449 more words

Jordanian prince and Jewish scholar say Christianity is intrinsic to Arab culture

If a goal of the Islamic State group and other jihadists was attained—the expulsion of Christianity from its birthplace in the Near East—it would “destroy the richness of the tapestry of the Middle East and a hammer blow to our shared heritage,” said a Muslim Jordanian prince and a Jewish proponent of interfaith relations. 512 more words


Make new friends

I made friends with some people this summer I don’t want to forget.

Every summer Montana State University hosts a group of students (ages 20-24) from the Middle East and North Africa in a six-week U.S. 452 more words

Interfaith Dialogue

Why is there still ‘interreligious dialogue’?

In a blog post written for this website, Michael Marten had pointed out the problems of speaking about ‘interreligious’ dialogue or the almost interchangeable ‘interfaith’ dialogue and has suggested an ‘interhuman’ dialogue instead. 1,554 more words

Critical Religion