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Monday, June 05, 2006

Multifaith Issues From Other Blogs - Update No. 5

The best thing I found on the Web, today, has to do with religious tolerance. The first item, below, helps in realization of the fact that religious tolerance has been the need for all times and for all geographic regions--no space and no time has ever been an exemption. Even today, we need this religious tolerance badly.

  • An Australian Blog has an "INCREDIBLE QUOTE ABOUT RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE, posted by johnthompson:
    Two thousand three hundred years ago, the great king, Ashoka, united most of the Indian subcontinent and embraced the ethics of Buddha Shakyamuni in order to pacify both himself and his empire. Ashoka left his decrees in the form of inscriptions in granite slabs and pillars all over the empire that have survived to the present day. In one of them he wrote: “The king honors both the ascetics and the householders of all religions and he honors them with gifts and honors of various kinds. But the King does not value gifts and honors as much as he values this: that there should be growth in the essentials of all religions. Growth in essentials can be done in different ways, but all of them have as their root restraint in speech, that is, not praising one’s own religion or condemning the religion of others without good cause. And if there is cause for criticism, it should be done in a mild way. …Therefore contact [between religions] is good. One should listen to and respect the doctrines professed by others. The king desires that all should be well-learned in the good doctrines of other religions.” Read more...
  • Multifaith placement: A small drama nomoa(why prayer is fundamental in all circumstances). View the video
  • Race Riot Report Calls for More Inter-Faith Cooperation
    Half a decade after clashes between Asian and white communities raged through parts of the Lancashire town of Oldham, a new report has urged more inter-faith dialogue is still needed to root out racial tensions. Continue ...

  • Crusaders Changes Name in Consideration Towards Muslims
    As Christian youth organisation Crusaders celebrated their 100th anniversary Saturday, they announced their new name, ‘Urban Saints’, which will be used from 1 January 2007. more...

  • Straits Time, Praise for S'pore's multi-faith society, Aaron Low
    A country of wise and open minds, says Egyptian Muslim leader AN EMINENT Egyptian Muslim leader on his first visit to Singapore said yesterday that he was impressed by what he saw of the multiracial and multi-religious nature of society here. Read...

  • Multi Faith Prayer, posted by Eliana Gilad
  • There were Jewish, Christian and Moslem prayers along with a Sufi Zikr. I rounded out the end of the prayers with AUM-AMEN focusing on ourselves as the instrument. [Source]

  • Marriages of other faiths should be recognised, The Mercury (subscription), South Africa - 28 May 2006
    It is appalling that, 12 years after South Africa became a democracy, there should still be discrimination on religious grounds regarding the legal recognition of a marriage ("Woman's divorce battle", The Mercury, May 23). details. read the full story in another source

    Forthcoming Events:
  • Vancouver, British Columbia hosts NAINConnect 2006
    Dovetailing with the World Urban Forum and the World Peace Forum, NAINConnect 2006 promises to be an exciting event! Scheduled from June 23 – 27, 2006 at the newly renovated Vancouver School of Theology on the University of British Columbia campus, it will offer a variety of plenary and concurrent sessions that speak to the conference theme — Passion for Peace, Commitment to Change. Built into the conference schedule are opportunities for worship, celebration, and networking with NAINConnect 2006 participants as well as World Peace Forum delegates. More...

    Multifaith Eductional Vistas:
  • Religions within Communities - Theory and Practice, BA in Community Regeneration and Development, University of Bradford, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD7 1DP, UK
    Outline Syllabus:
    The central beliefs of Islam, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism and Christianity Origins, history, significant movement and influences in religions Interactions and adaptation to community religions as a result of migration Contemporary developments - religion, ethnicity and social change Secularism and pluralism Strategies for survival and growth Changing role of women Impact of young people in religious development. more details Module Catalogue

    See also Multifaith Issues From Other Blogs - Update No. 4, Update No. 3, Update No. 2, Update No. 1
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