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What Faith In Our Schools Really Means

Tolerance

July 8, 2019

What Faith In Our Schools Really Means

I have good friends who are Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Buddhist, and many more who are still searching and haven’t quite...

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How the Right to Education Can Answer Our Troubles

Tolerance

January 7, 2019

How the Right to Education Can Answer Our Troubles

Why do we still see war, poverty, religious intolerance, persecution, political upheaval, civil conflict, human trafficking,...

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What Does it Take to Maintain Freedom of Religion Against Hatred and Intolerance?

Tolerance

November 28, 2017

What Does it Take to Maintain Freedom of Religion Against Hatred and Intolerance?

I was 28 when I met Gunnar and Lois and their son Anders. When they asked me what I thought about Nixon and Watergate, I had...

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One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

Religious Literacy

November 13, 2017

One Way to Give Peace a Chance, Among Religions

As a child, I vaguely remember listening to adults talk and sometimes argue about whose religion was the “true religion.”...

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Religion in Schools: Does it Work?

Religious Freedom

October 17, 2017

Religion in Schools: Does it Work?

“Religious studies” should, in my view, be just that—a comparative study of a whole array of religions, giving an overview...

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Should Religion Be Taught in Schools?

Religious Literacy

September 22, 2017

Should Religion Be Taught in Schools?

We have all seen headlines of angry parents storming school board meetings protesting that their little Johnny was being illegally...

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