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FAITH HOUSE MANHATTAN
Faith House Manhattan is an experiential inter-religious community that comes together to deepen our personal and communal journeys, share ritual life and devotional space, and foster a commitment to social justice and healing the world.
Current American discourse on religion and ethics is primarily defined by established leaders – ministers, rabbis, academics and journalists. There is an entire population of important stakeholders without a platform: the up-and-comers. To remedy this, the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue,Hebrew College, Andover Newton Theological School, and The Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions have joined forces to create State of Formation, a forum for up-and-coming religious thinkers to draw upon the learning that is occurring in their academic and community work, reflect on the pressing questions of a religiously pluralistic society, and challenge existing religious definitions. State of Formation is a community conversation between leaders in formation. Together, a cohort of seminarians, rabbinical students, graduate students, activists and the like – the future religious and moral leaders of tomorrow – are working to redefine the ethical discourse today.
The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue™ is a forum for academic, social, and timely issues affecting religious communities around the world. Published online, it is designed to increase both the quality and frequency of interchanges between religious groups and their leaders and scholars. By fostering communication, the Journal hopes to contribute to a more tolerant, pluralistic society. For regular updates, we invite you to follow the Journal on Facebook or Twitter or to sign up for our newsletter at the bottom right corner of our webpage.
Chris Stedman is the Interfaith and Community Service Fellow for the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard Universityand the Managing Director of State of Formation at the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue. Chris is a blogger for the The Huffington Post Religion, where his work is among the most commented in the site’s history, and he is the youngest panelist for The Washington Post On Faith. His writing has also appeared in venues such as Tikkun Daily, The New Humanism, and more. Previously a Content Developer and Adjunct Trainer for the Interfaith Youth Core, Chris is an atheist / secular humanist working to foster positive and productive dialogue between faith communities and the nonreligious.
The Journal of Comparative Theology was established in 2009 by three graduate students at Harvard Divinity School: Josh Daneshforooz, Axel Takács, and Paul Nicholas. The Journal of Comparative Theology is an online publication in which graduate students and emerging scholars share articles that seek to understand a particular faith in theological dialogue with one or more other religious traditions.
Pastor Don Mackenzie, Rabbi Ted Falcon and Imam Jamal Rahman were brought together by the events of 9/11. Since then, they have brought their message of deep hope and profound possibilities for healing person and planet to audiences in the United States, Israel-Palestine and Japan.
As an independent voice and an affirming community for interfaith families, we honor the distinctiveness of both Judaism and Christianity and support individuals as they pursue their own course, at their own level of involvement. We encourage families to find the religious balance that is right for them, and provide them with the resources they need to achieve this balance with respect and understanding.
Frank Fredericks is the Executive Director of World Faith, an interfaith community service network with chapters in six countries. Fredericks works as an Online Marketing Consultant and has consulted businesses, artists, and non-profits, including the Cordoba Initiative. As an active blogger, Frank contributes to a number of blogs, including the Huffington Post. He is an Interfaith Youth Core Fellows alumnus, UN Alliance of Civilizations presenter, and has been interviewed by Good Morning America, NPR, New York Magazine, and various international media outlets.
Inspired by Muslim values and heritage, Park51 Community Center is a center dedicated to providing cultural, social and recreational programs and services to the Lower Manhattan community, and to helping weave the Muslim-American identity into the pluralistic fabric of the United States.
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