Living in the Religiously Pluralistic Neighborhood

Posted: July 5, 2013 in Uncategorized
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(The following article ran as an editorial in the July 5th edition of Columbia Faith and Values)

To share life with neighbors in a pluralistic cultural and religious neighborhood requires respect, a continual quest for understanding and acceptance of not only similarities but divergences. We form unity by identifying the common golden thread that weaves through all of our narratives, symbols and communities.  And we honor one another not by erasing distinctiveness but rather by … click here to read full article …
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