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Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots

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Published by Ecumenical Press in Philadelphia, PA .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
Number of Pages131
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Open LibraryOL25630182M
ISBN 10978-0-931214-11-0

  Ron Kronish, an American-born rabbi in Israel, has devoted much of his life to dialogue among Jews, Muslims and Christians. His new book discusses the merits of dialogue.   Dateline: Vienna, J Shalom, salaam, shantih, namaste, peace! --The two of us (Rabbis Phyllis Berman & Arthur Waskow) are sharing our notes from the Vienna meetings of the Follow-up Committee for the Madrid World Interfaith Dialogue held a year ago.


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Many of the authors have started and participated in interfaith dialogue/5(5). Interfaith dialogue at the grass roots. By Rebecca Kratz Mays, Philadelphia, PA Ecumenical Press,pages, $ The target audience for this book is people who want to do interfaith dialogue.

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When diverse faiths come together the encounter can /5(10). Interfaith dialogue at the grass roots. [Rebecca Kratz Mays;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for but this book will be put to good use to enthuse and enable people of faith to engage with one another at the grassroots level-where it really counts."-Rabbi Reuven Read.

‘Interfaith Dialogue at the grass roots almost lives up to its ambitious title. While all the contributors hold at least a Bachelors degree in religious studies (many more than that), this book seeks to move interfaith dialogue outside the realms of academic reflection, and into the realm of everyday life and religious observance.

The contributors to "Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots" consider the patience and passion involved in promoting such interfaith activities. The essays seek to empower rabbis, imams, pastors, and their congregants to take up the work of interreligious dialogue as a peacemaking activity.

The book provides guidelines for conducting interfaith /5(4). Interfaith meetings more often than not feature experts from the different beliefs but what of ordinary believers — do they ever meet. The answer is ‘yes’ but not often reported on.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 4. Since its establishment 30 years ago the Victorian Council of Christians and Jews has been at the forefront of interfaith dialogue in Melbourne.

The Grass Roots Dialogue Project is the latest program initiated by the CCJ to promote engagement between Christians and Jews. The Project offers a “taster” of what dialogue is about to members. Ravi S SinghTribune News ServiceNew Delhi, August 10 Political leaders and thinkers from varied shades of opinion in Jammu and Kashmir underlined the need for interfaith dialogue.

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When diverse faiths come together the encounter can be intense, awkward, even violent, but creating a dialogue. Upon purchasing the book “Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots”, edited by Rebecca Kratz Mays and published by Ecumenical Press of Philadelphia, PA, I learned of Sister Maria Hornung’s outstanding work in greater Philadelphia, PA.

Sister Maria is Coordinator for Interfaith Education at the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia. "Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots" is a collection of stories and articles about how to do meetings of religious minds the right way. With much for readers of any group that studies faith as a whole, the ideas presented are sure to help those who want to bridge the gaps do so and make all involved better and more faithful people because 5/5(1).

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Preface by Leonard Swidler Ix. Introduction by Rebecca Kratz Mays 1. Understanding Dialogue by Leonard Swidler 9. Doing Effective Dialogue—And Loving It by Miriam Therese Winter 3. Storytelling As A Key Methodology For Interfaith Youth Work by Eboo Patel, April Kunze, And Noah Silverman 4.

Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots is published by Ecumenical Press of The Dialog Institute at Temple University The Dialogue Institute conducts academic conferences, facilitates training, and sponsors projects in interreligious dialogue around the globe.

Editor: Rebecca Kratz Mays is a Quaker teacher and editor with a B.A. from. The contributors to Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots consider the patience and passion involved in promoting such interfaith activities. The essays seek to empower rabbis, imams, pastors, and their congregants to take up the work of interreligious dialogue as a peacemaking activity.

The contributors to "Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots" consider the patience and passion involved in promoting such interfaith activities.

The essays seek to empower rabbis, imams, pastors, and their congregants to take up the work of interreligious dialogue as a peacemaking activity.

When diverse faiths come together the encounter can be intense, awkward, even violent, but creating a dialogue can help reconcile differences. This book considers the patience and passion involved in promoting such interfaith activities.

Rebecca Kratz Mays is the author of Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(10). Interfaith dialogue refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (i.e., “faiths”) and/or spiritual or humanistic beliefs, at both the individual and institutional levels.

It is distinct from syncretism or alternative religion, in that dialogue often involves promoting understanding between different religions or beliefs to. Interfaith dialogue refers to cooperative, constructive, and positive interaction between people of different religious traditions (i.e., "faiths") and/or spiritual or humanistic beliefs, at both the individual and institutional levels.

It is distinct from syncretism or alternative religion, in that dialogue often involves promoting understanding between different religions or beliefs to. Facilitator, Grass Roots Dialogue Project, Council of Christians and Jews (Victoria) Let me begin with an autobiographical note.

I have been involved with the interfaith world for my entire working life. The following story about the work of promoting interfaith dialogue at the grassroots level is personal, for, along with my wife, I have worked for Interfidei for many years. Fundamental Reasons for Dialogue.

In modern Indonesia there are several fundamental reasons why interfaith dialogue is of urgent importance, especially at the grass roots. SUMMER (please read the following before you arrive in the United States!).

Leonard Swidler, “Understanding Dialogue,” in Rebecca Kratz Mays (ed.), Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass elphia: Ecumenical Press,pages Eboo Patel, “Introduction: The Faith Line,” in Eboo Patel, Acts of Faith: the Story of an American Muslim, the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation.

The growth of interfaith activity since 9/ Grass-roots groups get personal about faith a group of women who share her passion for interreligious dialogue. They sit on couches around a. The growth of interfaith activity since 9/ Grass-roots groups get personal about faith research on her forthcoming book, "Motherhood as Metaphor: Engendering Interreligious Dialogue.

France fully supported interfaith dialogue for various reasons, notably because, through its own experience since the Revolution, it had developed a concept of.

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We deliver the joy of reading in % recycled packaging with free. Interfaith dialogue can be an excellent way to heal divisions in society. Social science research indicates that having a positive, meaningful relationship with someone of a different background and learning about their identity correlates to viewing that person’s entire group more favorably.

The same logic applies with interfaith conversations. Marcia Prager is an American rabbi, teacher and spiritual is Director and Dean of the Aleph Ordination Program, and rabbi of the P'nai Or Jewish Renewal community in West Mount Airy, Philadelphia.

Prager was the founding rabbi of a sister congregation, P'nai Or of Princeton, New Jersey, where she served for thirteen is a graduate of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. Winter, Miriam Thérèse. “Doing Effective Dialogue – and Loving It.” In Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots, edited by Rebecca Kratz Mays, Philadelphia, PA: Ecumenical Press, King, Ursula.

“Gender and Interreligious Dialogue.”. Boase, Roger, ed. Interfaith Islam and Global Dialogue: Religious Pluralism and the Pursuit of Peace. Ashgate Publishing, Carpe, William D. “Reflections on Interfaith Dialogue.” Ecumenical Tre (April ): ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials, EBSCOhost (accessed December 2, ).

The Dalai Lama. Believing that the love of our triune God enables love of others and faithful witness to our lives in Christ, interfaith friendships are a testimony to the incarnational nature and power of God’s l. The CCCB’s commitment to ecumenical and interfaith dialogue is likewise a service to Canada; it strengthens bonds at the grass roots between believers belonging to different religious communities across the country, contributing to the advancement of social harmony.

Members. Interfaith dialogue at the grass roots. Robin Gurney. Join the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace. View All Posts. Subscribe to an always-updated RSS feed. We, the authors in this book have broken open something of our lives with our passion for interfaith dialogue.

In closing, we want to engage you the reader in the critical question: How can interreligious dialogue move from the halls of academia to the grass roots where we contend it needs to be in the twenty-first century. We must, as Lindsey Paris-Lopez () claims, recognize that “interfaith dialogue is a good beginning but the seeds of compassion must be sown deeper.

Knowledge can be forgotten, fear can taint information, but friendship is the antidote to hostility that can dispel violence and lay a foundation for reconciliation. This book encourages dialogue at the grass-roots level in churches, synagogues, religious schools, classrooms and homes.

Discussion questions on each topic are provided at the back of the book. If this talk is of interest to you, we also have several other resources that ."The Art of Heeding" in Interfaith Dialogue at the Grass Roots Level.

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