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Jesus Is A Myth - Jesus Is A Myth: A Handbook To Reclaim Your Celestial Inheritance.
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A SourceBook for Earth's Community of Religions - According to the author, Joel Beversluis, "This book offers evidence of the interconnectedness of the underlying causes and effects of a great variety of critical issues. Also presented are numerous religious and spiritual perceptions, visions of a collaborative community of religions, menus for global ethics and good governance, new voices and numerous service organizations; all of these, we assert, are connected in strategic ways to the critical issues and are helping to create a viable future."
Association for Communal Harmony in Asia - The Association for Communal Harmony in Asia (ACHA) is a non-political, non-profit organization. It was formed in 1993 in Beaverton, OR, USA to promote harmony and peace among South Asians of all ethnic, religious, regional and national origin, regardless of where they live. ACHA has been granted 509 (a)(2) status and 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
Churches Together in England - Coordinating the work of 23 member Churches and Councils of the Churches in England.
Council for the Parliament of the World's Religions - Provides information on an ongoing effort to bring together different religious traditions from around the world looking to shape a better world, based in historical and current gatherings.
Cup and Bread Ministry - Encouragement for Catholic and Protestant unity on a variety of issues, including worship, scripture, and theology.
Ecumene: A Meeting Place for the World's Religions and Ideologies - Ecumene.Org is a domain envisioned as a growing cyberhome with unique apartments (websites) to give individuals and organizations representing both diverse religious traditions and interreligious dialogue an opportunity to get to know one another and learn one another's faith language. Every tenant is expected to affirm commitment to loving kindness toward one another and non-human sentient creatures; respect for the personhood of all human beings; awareness of global interdependence; appreciation both of rationality and mystical insight; acceptance of diversity and pluralism; prudent sympathy for the values of secular life; and willingness to dialogue with others.
Global Dialogue Institute - The purpose of the GDI is to promote dialogue in the broadest sense among individuals and groups of different religions and cultures, focusing especially though not exclusively on the "opinion-shapers" of society, e.g., scholars, professionals, and institutional & business leaders.
Institute for Interreligious, Intercultural Dialogue (IIID) - IIID was founded in 1978 as an "outreach" instrument of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies (founded in 1963). In 1994 the JES/IIID became a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit organization. IIID translatesthe fundamental research published in the JES into concrete activities and partnerships.
Interfaith Dialogue - Bulletin board for dialogue between believers and unbelievers. Significant content about world religions. Atheists, agnostics, all faiths welcomed.
Journal of Religious Culture - Academic journal with several articles on interreligious dialogue (predominant focus on the interaction of the Catholic and Hindu religions).
Masyarakat Dialog Antar Agama: Society for Inter-religious Dialogue - MADIA, or in English SIDA (Society for Inter-Religious Dialogue), was born out of a hope that the many different religious traditions -- including Muslims, Catholics, Buddhists, Confucians, and Brahma Kumaris -- in Indonesia can come to live in harmony.
Mission and Interreligious Dialogue - An Online Resource Site for the work of mission and interreligious dialogue in ministries connected with the Society of Jesus in the United States. Contains relevant articles and reports from the various ministries on initiatives related to interreligious dialogue, including an on-line Jesuit journal on interreligious dialogue, history of the Jesuit interreligious dialogue initiative in the United States, documents on interreligious dialogue by Jesuits and others, and links to other sites relevant for interreligious dialogue in the United States and globally.
Monastic Interreligious Dialog - Established by the Benedictine Confederation in 1978 to assume a leadership role in the dialogue between Christianity and the religions of the East, in cooperation with all others engaged in this dialogue.
National Interfaith Alliance Home Page - The Interfaith Alliance describes itself as "the faith-based voice countering the radical right and promoting the positive role of religion."
North American Interfaith Network - NAIN is an association of organizations which provides information, meetings, and services related to world religions, spiritual exploration, and interfaith issues.
Religions in Renewal: Global Dialogue - Site to link democratic reform groups within the major established religions (and ideologies that function like religions) dedicated to harnessing the power of love and reason to develop a global ethic and overcome authoritarianism, dicrimination, ecological irresponsibility, fanaticism, intolerance, injustice, superstition, and doctrinal rigidity.
Society for Hindu-Christian Studies - For scholars and others interested in the study of Hinduism, Christianity, and the interrelations between these two religious traditions.
The Empty Bell - Sanctuary for the study and practice of Christian meditation and prayer, with special attention to Christian-Buddhist dialogue, artistic expression of spiritual insight and to the relationship between spirituality and the stewardship of the natural world.
Wayne Teasdale: Interreligious Dialogue Since Vatican II - An article detailing the history of interreligious dialogue pre and post Vatican II, with a particular concentration on the role of monastic contemplative dimension. [SPIRITUALITY TODAY Summmer 1991, Vol.43 No. 2, pp. 119-133].