Archive for the ‘inter-faith dialogue’ Category

“interfaith movement in the United States is growing”

March 2, 2014

amir Hussain

The Challenges of Interfaith Dialogue

“The interfaith movement in the United States is growing. Led by organizations like the Interfaith Youth Core in Chicago, the Pluralism Project at Harvard, and the groundswell movement founded by Ms. Valarie Kaur (to name just a few), more and more Americans are engaging with people of different religious and spiritual identities than themselves. The mainstream media has finally started to pick up on this trend. Major news outlets like the New York Times, Washington Post, Public Broadcasting Service, and The Huffington Post frequently report on interreligious engagement.” Unquote

One may like to read 610 words more of the article From Huffing Post, America by clicking the following link.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/aamir-hussain/the-challenges-of-interfa_b_4581918.html

PAARSURREY SAYS:

IT IS A POINT OF GREAT SATISFACTION THAT INTERFAITH DIALOGUE IN THE USA IS GROWING.

IT NEEDS TO BE PROMOTED IN ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD ALSO. PEACEFUL DIALOGUE (WITHOUT RIDICULE AND DERISION) IS ESSENTIAL FOR PEACE IN THE WORLD, FOR CO-EXISTENCE OF THE HUMAN BEINGS IN THIS PLANET EARTH.

THE MOVEMENT IS MOST WELCOME

Bringing atheists (without ridicule and derision)and believers together for a peaceful dialogue

February 28, 2014

“the Way?”
“Faitheist – bringing atheists and believers together (book review)”

http://theway21stcentury.wordpress.com/
http://theway21stcentury.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/faitheist-bringing-atheists-and-believers-together-book-review/#comment-2399

paarsurrey
1 MARCH, 2014 AT 1:00 AM

@ unkleE and all others who wrote comments on this blog
I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim; I also support the idea of a peaceful (without deriding and ridicule) dialogue between the revealed religions and non-religions (Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics; Humanists) all included.

I live in Toronto; can we meet here (or your like-minded friends)?

Atheists, believers, dialogue, without ridicule, without derision, Faitheist, Ahmadis, Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, Zoroastrians, Jews, peaceful Muslim, religions, non-religions, Atheists, Agnostics, Skeptics; Humanists

“Cyber Dialogue: The Future of Inter-Religious Engagement”

February 4, 2014

“PATHEOS” have provided a platform where adherents of different religions get together and share their views for peaceful co-existence in this world; they have given different articles under series “Future of Religion”.

I have written a comment on one of the articles “Cyber Dialogue: The Future of Inter-Religious Engagement” By Joshua M. Z. Stanton. I give below a link to the article and a passage from it together with my comments for benefit of the viewers of this blog.

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html#comment-1231048679

“In fact, social networking sites may be of tremendous help to religious communities. They bring together people with strong religious convictions more than ever before. Just have a look at the “Jesus Daily” fanpage on Facebook, which has almost 3,000,000 members, or the fanpage for “Prophet Muhammad (Peace be Upon Him),” which has nearly 130,000. Imagine a religious congregation with 130,000 or even 3,000,000 members! The hundreds of thousands of people gathering on these fanpages are truly becoming a community of people looking for religious inspiration and companionship, who have found it together online.” Unquote

paarsurrey

I like the article and I intend to publish a passage from it with a link to this article on my blog “paarsurrey” ; my blog is also for inter-faith and inter-religious dialogue.

Thanks and regards.

http://www.patheos.com/Resources/Additional-Resources/Cyber-Dialogue-Future-of-Inter-Religious-Engagement.html#comment-1231048679


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