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How to counter violent extremism

Dec. 8, 2012Seven-year-old Walid, right, is comforted as he mourns a fallen Syrian rebel fighter taken away for burial in … Continued

Seminary, private college form Desmond Tutu center

RNS () — Two schools hope to bring the message of reconciliation retired Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu preached in South … Continued

What Tony Blair meant about Islam

(Photo credit: Patrick McMullan) Globalization will be the greatest force for good in the 21st century, but it will also … Continued

Fuller Seminary names preaching prof Mark Labberton next president

With one foot in the church and the other in the academy, the Rev. Mark Labberton says he’s ready for … Continued

Panelist: A global faith

“Let your vision be world-embracing, rather than confined to your own self.” This statement of Baha’u’llah, the founder of the … Continued

Facing faith in American public schools

Beginning this fall, students in Jodi Ide’s class at Brighton High School will go beyond textbook discussions of world religions … Continued

Religious commitments and social change

Today’s guest blogger is Hilary Keachie, a Faiths Act Fellow Alumna who spent the last year building interfaith cooperation and … Continued

Religion and U.S. foreign policy

By Leonard Leochair, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom It’s early December 2009 and a U.S. Commission on International Religious … Continued

Going glocal: a World Bank parable

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall Believe it or not, the term ‘glocalization’ has entered the vocabulary enough to appear … Continued

The Globalization of Tolerance

By Tony Blair Faith matters. Even if you are not of religious faith yourself. Over 4 billion people world-wide recognize … Continued