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The Genocide Initiative - When Islam and Christianity come together against radicalism

By Catherine Shakdom

Terror has a face and it moves under the ominous black flag of ISIS. Under each of its denomination, whatever the language and whichever the angle, terror today, has found a powerful vessel in the ideology carried by Wahhabism – the fountainhead of radicalism and religious extremism. 319 more words


CTC leaders, actors discuss personal politics of theater

Throughout Week Five, Chautauqua’s lectures focused on how art and politics interact. Friday’s Interfaith Lecture, however, offered that same insight from a different perspective: the artists’. 671 more words



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Living Buddha, Living Christ: an exploration

This book has got a hold of me right now. So many pieces resonate: it’s hard to know where to start. But surely when Thich Nhat Nanh (Thầy, or Teacher) talks about the Spirit as a living part of us – part of our breath, our breathing – those are pieces that stir something within, that ignite and fan an inner vibrancy. 157 more words