Watered Down Faith?

Is interfaith dialogue only a concealed form of proselytism? Does it require watering down one’s own faith commitments? Nancy Longatan writes on the real nature of interfaith dialogue at suite101.com.

That, in a nutshell, is interfaith dialogue: identifying a community problem, (violence); deciding on a way forward (have a picnic); and sitting down to plan the program together. How to live well in a complex world.


About D Andrew Kille

Editor of the Bible Workbench
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One Response to Watered Down Faith?

  1. Hi, and thanks for linking to my article! I grew up in the Bay Area, so it’s nice to know that there are a lot of interfaith activities growing there! Best wishes with your blog.


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