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Pluralism Sundays

For the past four years, the First Lutheran Church of San Francisco  has celebrated “Pluralism Summer,” a time to hear from leaders and followers of religious traditions beyond the Christian Circle. This year’s theme is “How Does Your Religious /Spiritual … Continue reading

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The INTRAfaith Conversation: Dr. Susan Strouse

After a generally unsatisfying run at Examiner.com, I’ve decided to return to my own blogging platform to allow me more freedom of expression. You can find my older postings, at least for now, under San Jose Interfaith Examiner. The Rev. … Continue reading

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Eboo Patel speaks on creating pluralism out of diversity

Eboo Patel made some powerful observations about the hard work of learning how to get along with people who are different from you. The founder and director of the Interfaith Youth Core, based in Chicago, was at Santa Clara University … Continue reading

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