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Bridges, Gaps, Brews and Views: A Path to Interfaith Engagement

Bridges, Gaps, Brews and Views: A Path to Interfaith Engagement

February 24, 2020

Interfaith Connection’s executive producer and host Jackie Fuller joins Katy Giebenhain for a conversation about Fuller’s interfaith work in the Washington, D.C. Metro area and the upcoming Religion Communication Congress 2020 which is sponsored by The Religion Communicators Council.

Jacqueline Fuller

The March 17-21 Religion Communication Congress 2020 includes speakers:

  • Wajahat Ali, CNN Contributor and Contributing Op-Ed Writer to The New York Times
  • Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union for Reform Judaism
  • Amelia Kegan, Legislative Director, Domestic Policy at the Friends Committee on National Legislation
  • Dr. Simran Jeet Singh, Senior Religion Fellow for the Sikh Coalition and a Visiting Scholar at NYU’s Center for Religion and Media and others.

Thank you to the Church of the Epiphany for kindly providing our interview site.

 

Lutherans and Catholics “On the Way” to Unity

Lutherans and Catholics “On the Way” to Unity

January 30, 2017

After almost 500 years since the Reformation, Donald McCoid, Bishop Emeritus, Southwest Pennsylvania Synod, ELCA, and staff member on the “Declaration” Commission discusses, Declaration on the Way: Church, Ministry, Eucharist offers an unprecedented series of 32 “statements of agreement” between Roman Catholics and Lutherans. The culmination of 50 years of dialogues, they signal that Catholics and Lutherans are “on the way” to full, visible unity. Approved 931-9 by the ELCA Church-wide Assembly, the full document is available free on-line. A study guide for congregations will soon be released.

Top Stories in Religion for 2016

Top Stories in Religion for 2016

January 2, 2017

Dr. Donnella, Chaplain of the College at Gettysburg College, shared his thoughts on Black Lives Matter, Immigration, Inter-religious dialogue, and Pope Francis. While he expressed his hopes in light of these topics, he also was saddened by the lack of religious and civil tolerance during the recent political issues in the United States.

The Ten Top Stories in Religion 2015

The Ten Top Stories in Religion 2015

January 18, 2016

Dr. Vincent Evener, Visiting Instructor in Reformation and Lutheran Studies at the Gettysburg Seminary discusses his choice of the ten top stories/events in religion for 2015. These include: The visit of Pope Francis, the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage, issues of violence in particular the A.M.E. church killings in Charleston, South Carolina and terrorism, and immigration. He highlighted his concern for cooperation, openness, constructive endeavors to counter the rhetoric of suspicion and hate.

Eric Shafer Part 2: Our Interreligious World and Media Technologies

Eric Shafer Part 2: Our Interreligious World and Media Technologies

April 14, 2014

Dr. Largen continues her discussion with Rev. Shafer as he talks about the interfaith reality in which we live, and the way media technologies—including the news media—can foster both positive and negative attitudes about different religious traditions, including Christianity.

Ecotheology in Indonesia

Ecotheology in Indonesia

February 17, 2014

Dr. Whitney Bauman talks about his current research in Indonesia, where he is gaining a new perspective both on environmental concerns and also inter-religious dialogue.

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