Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Interfaith Dialogue with The Interfaith Amigos
In some religious circles, dialogue or collaboration with people of other faiths is seen as dangerous. In some evangelical contexts, such interfaith consideration may even have been labelled as faithless.
Hopeful Christian theology sees interfaith dialogue as faithful, not faithless. True interfaith dialogue is neither dangerous nor insipid. Rather, in building connections with people of other faiths we can grow in our own faith and have positive impact in the world.
In this episode, we speak with a Minister, an Imam and a Rabbi. Pastor Don Mackenzie, Rabbi Laura Duhan-Kaplan, and Imam Jamal Rahman are called The Interfaith Amigos and their work has been featured in Ted Talks and presentations around the world.
We had the joy of speaking with Rabbi Laura previously in March of 2021. You can find that conversation here.
For more information on The Interfaith Amigos, check out Imam Jamal’s website.Books and Resources references in this episode:
Finding Peace Through Spiritual Practice by The Interfaith Amigos, 2016
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