"Secular Students in Interfaith" Conference Call

Secular Student Alliance has posted a recap of last week’s conference call between student leaders of secular student groups that have engaged in interfaith collaboration and dialogue, featuring Chris as well as myself (Walker), panelist Chelsea Link and Huffington Post blogger Stephen Goeman (all Interfaith Youth Core alumni). SSA recounts:

[Chris's] story, along with many others we heard on the call, exemplified the interest and need for secular involvement within the interfaith movement. With over 25 students registered for the call, it was an energetic and optimistic discussion. Students shared success stories and challenges from secular-engaged interfaith work at the University of Texas, Tufts University, Brigham Young University, California Lutheran University, Concordia College, Harvard University and Augsburg College, among others.

Visit the SSA website to read the entire recap!

-wb

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About Walker Bristol

Walker Bristol is a longtime contributor to NonProphet Status, and the Humanist in Residence at Tufts University. He is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School, and has previously worked at the Humanist Community at Harvard and the Foundation Beyond Belief. His favorite Michael Jackson song is all of them.


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