Interfaith is a Two-way Street

I choose to act as a member of Women of Faith because I know that the same thing that my Muslim neighbors are experiencing now could happen to any of us. There could be a brick through my window as easily as Safaa’s and the best protection we all have is the light of understanding. [Read more…]

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Abortion: The Hardest Choice

I’m not going to argue ethics here because I don’t feel comfortable telling any woman what is appropriate for her in her situation. It’s too complex. There are too many variables. My very own Pagan ethics, which may differ from your Pagan ethics, tell me that one of the hardest choices a woman might ever have to make in her life should remain with her and no one else. [Read more…]

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Late night ruminations from a pagan interfaither

Just a quick note as I run from this interfaith meeting to that interfaith program, to this interfaith gathering to that interfaith service.  I like to think I sit here as an interfaith journalist, questioning people about their belief in God, Of the Almighty One, the All that Is. Or Yahweh. Or Allah.  Doing my [Read More…]

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Faith in interfaith?

If we could all just take a step back from the religious dialogue for a moment, to merely reflect on how we feel about everything: each moment of the day, each interaction with another person, animal, or thing; each group activity, or each individual moment we find for ourselves, perhaps then we could experience the faith in that moment, and see that it has nothing to do with our religion. [Read more…]

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The “Faith” aspect of Interfaith

The “Faith” aspect of Interfaith At a recent interfaith board meeting, we were discussing the finer points of what it means to do interfaith work, most specifically, how do we as individuals and interfaith spokespersons reach out to the newly arrived group that call themselves Spiritual, But Not Religious (SBNR). To me, it was fairly [Read More…]

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