Short Notes Archive
Radwan Masmoudi has submitted this short text for the Reset Doc web magazine on the development of the Islamic religion over the past fifty years alongside the rise of democracy across the Islamic world.
This article published in the INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the CEO of the Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, Joyce S. Dubensky discusses the various issues and clashes that may occur in the Holiday season based on religious differences.
The Tanenbaumn Center yearly provides guidance on these matters to companies facing these problems and provide solutions as to [...]
This blog entry takes up unusual angles to the discussion on religion freedom and law.
This short text is a brief description of religion in America in the 17th century.
This short note stresses the importance of the education of children and wishes to stress freedom of thought and how this should be fairly manifested in our national education goals.
On 2 October Charles Kimball, director of religious studies at the University of Oklahoma in Norman gave a presentation entitled “Lethal Religion: The Explosive Mix of Politics and Religion.” The speech discussed the dangers and conflicts that religious differences can cause – a subject at the heart of many.
This note is a resume of the [...]
This is the report of a symposium organized by the Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace in partnership with the UNAOC’s Education about Religions and Beliefs Project in Marrakesh, Feb 24-26, 2012.
Charles C. Haynes, senior scholar at the Freedom Forum First Amendment Center and director of the Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum in Washington, has written this input to the Washington Post about the importance of religious education. The text discusses the current situation of the religious education in America, criticizing it for lacking [...]
This text from the Alban Institute discusses the importance of multifaith education on the base of three things; the news, the pews and religious views. Rabbi Justus N. Baird uses the three points to make his case on why multicultural education is more important than ever in today’s globalized societies >>