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How Bowling Led from Interfaith Dialogue to Interfaith Friendship

By Jim Somerville | November 15, 2018

In interfaith dialogue, representatives from other religions talk about their individual faith and practice and what makes it so unique. But how do you transition to interfaith friendship? In one case, it was bowling.

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Faith leaders discuss moving beyond dialogue to interfaith collaboration during the Third National Baptist-Muslim Dialogue in Green Lake, Wisconsin on April 16-19. 2018.

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By Aurelia Davila Pratt | November 14, 2018

Interfaith events will not only help your church grow in community, it will also connect your church to the larger society in a meaningful way. Here are 5 tips to plan an interfaith event.

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The Holiness of God in Others Leaves No Room for Violence

By Robert Guffey | November 14, 2018

In no universe is anti-Semitism, racism or all the other “isms” that categorize human beings for the purposes of exclusion and persecution acceptable. The Bible says God created humankind. Period.

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Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond to Close

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | November 13, 2018

The Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond announced Tuesday that it would close after nearly 30 years, a decision resulting from a continuing trend of declining enrollment and funding challenges.

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How to Succeed at Interfaith Dialogue: Act Like 10-Year-Olds

By Terry Smith | November 13, 2018

When it comes to interfaith dialogue, churches need to act more like 10-year-olds, learning to weave discussions of faith and practice between religions with the ease and fluidity one sees in the playground.

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EthicsDaily Meeting Highlights Energetic Ministry, Discusses Funding Future Work

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | November 13, 2018

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