American Values Religious Voices: 100 Days. 100 Letters. has brought together a diverse group of scholars to write letters to President Trump and his administration
It’s no secret that the Olympic Games bring together a diverse pool of people from different ethnicities and cultures — individuals who have divergent beliefs and lifestyles, particularly when it comes to the practice of faith and religion. So, with the world’s most famous sports competition just days away, some might be wondering how Olympic organizers in Rio will help meet these diverse spiritual needs.
As the deaths of unarmed black men in confrontations with police officers continue to mount, #BlackLivesMatter is becoming more than a movement or a hashtag — it is becoming a theology. In this, it is following in the historical footsteps of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. ReligionLink (religion journalists) looks at where and how #BlackLivesMatter is working its way into religious settings.
Sea of Faith in Australia (Sofia) announce The 2015 SoFiA Conference, Religion in Education: children, ethics, faith and meaning, which will be conducted at the Twin Towns Resort, Coolangatta, Queensland, on 22 – 24 May, 2015.
On 21st and 25th of August 2014 more than 280 students and staff of Padua College Melbourne visited the Ahmadiyya mosque and community centre ‘Bait-ul-Salam’ (House of Peace) in Langwarrin. The students were given a brief presentation on history and teachings of Islam by Imam Janud of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Victoria.
In delivering the 2013 UN Message to World Interfaith Harmony week, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said “For billions of people around the world, faith is an essential foundation of life.”
Most religions share core values that are of key importance for the protection of persons.
Malaysia is not unique in its multicultural make-up, and the problems it faces.
The work of faith groups to tackle poverty around the world was applauded by the British government at the launch of the Faith Partnership Principles.
There will be no peace in our world without an understanding of the place of religion within it, writes Tony Blair, former PM of the UK.