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Synchroblog on interreligious dialogue

8 October 2008

A number of people from different religious backgrounds are participating in a synchroblog (synchronised blog) on Interreligious Dialogue.

You’ll find my contribution at Notes from underground: Interreligious dialogue, with links to the other contributions.

Not all the contributions are available yet, so the list of links is not complete, but most of the links should be in place by tomorrow (9 October).

If anyone would like to participate, it’s not too late if you can get your post up today. See Notes from underground: Interfaith synchroblog and forum for more information on how you can join in.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. 31 October 2009 9:54 pm

    Making interreligious dialogue perhaps more difficult than it need be, those of us interested in the religious domain tend to miss the obvious: that we share an interest in the same domain. Our intra-domain differences, I submit, are dwarfed by the distance from our planet to others…such as the planet of the stock market enthusists. For more, if you are interested, pls see my post. http://deligentia.wordpress.com/2009/10/31/missing-the-obvious-in-religious-discussion-something-we-have-in-common/

  2. 24 November 2009 5:49 pm

    In the inter-religious dialogue of “the three amigos,” their respective self-criticisms is particularly important because their act of doing so implicitly challenges the typical way religion is understood (see http://deligentia.wordpress.com on this), at least in the modern context. What if the practice were to spread?

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