Interfaith

Visiting places of worship

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Written by Queensland Forum for Christians, Jews and Muslims Monday, 19 April 2010 09:03

These three brochures provide background and helpful hints for people wishing to visit the worship spaces of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions.

 

WCC resource on Christian-Muslim Dialogue

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Written by WCC Tuesday, 01 April 2008 03:45

"Learning to explore love together" is the title of a new WCC commentary on Christian-Muslim dialogue. It is part of an ongoing process of consultation with Muslim leaders and WCC.

 

Our Nation - Can We Grow Together?

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Written by David Gill Friday, 21 December 2007 04:11

"Plans were well advanced for the events of that historic day, 1 January 1901. In a ceremony at Sydney's Centennial Park, the Commonwealth of Australia was to be proclaimed and its first governor-general sworn in. At the last minute, however, there was a hitch. An unholy row had erupted between the Anglican archbishop of Sydney and his Roman Catholic counterpart..." David Gill, former General Secretary of the National Council of Churches in Australia, reflects on the healing that has happened between churches in Australia since Federation and the possibilities of better understanding between the Abrahamic faiths. 

An article from Insights, the magazine of the NSW Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia, 3 September, 2007.

   

Cultivating Wisdom, Harvesting Peace

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Written by Administrator Saturday, 27 October 2007 00:45

This very extensive collection of papers presents contributions to an international symposium of the same title held by the Multi-Faith Centre of Griffith University in 2005.