Tag Archives: inter-religious dialogue
[ October 12, 2013 to October 15, 2013. ] The Centre for Inter-religious Dialogue at Australian Catholic University (ACU-CID) is hosting an International Theological Conference on Interfaith Dialogue to explore the advances and setbacks of the last five decades and to investigate new paths that can contribute to the wellbeing of humanity and the entire cosmos in our age. The conference will take place [...]
The Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding of Sacred Heart University (CCJU) in Fairfield, Connecticut, draws together religious leaders, laity, scholars, theologians and educators to cultivate new seeds of mutual respect and develop programs and publications to overcome deep-seated antagonisms that recent progress has not yet healed.
“Hearing the Other Side” is a documentary film featuring conversations with young Muslims on issues of religious identities, women's concerns and media, following Dutch filmmaker Theo van Gogh's assassination in the Netherlands. Reflections by the youth of Moroccan and Turkish origin make a much needed contribution to the debate on Islam in Europe, often merely [...]
Talking Faith is a documentary film produced in 2007 focusing on the insights and opinions of young people living the contexts of faith identities and dialogue. It opens a window into the lives of Sarah and Azam – two friends living the post 9/11 realities where Islam gets associated with militarism and Christian minorities face [...]
Toward a Global Civilization of Love and Tolerance is a book written by Fethullah Gülen, which pursues a double purpose. On the one hand, it is a call to Muslims to a greater awareness that Islam teaches the need for dialogue and that Muslims are called to be agents and witnesses to God's [...]