Multiple Religious Belonging

How do people of multi-religious belonging engage in interreligious or trans-religious work?
Publication Month: 
September 2013
Author - First Name: 
John B.
Author - Last Name: 
Cobb, Jr.

The only answer in which I have any confidence is: Time will tell.

Some who describe themselves in this way, I still describe differently. For example, there are a good many people who have been deeply influenced by both Buddhism and Christianity. I would describe most of them as Buddhized Christians or Christianized Buddhists.

Fourth Sunday in Lent

March 10, 2013
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Joshua 5:9-12
Reading 2: 
Psalm 32
Reading 3: 
2 Corinthians 5:16-21
Reading 4: 
Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32
By Paul S. Nancarrow

Joshua 5:9-12

2nd Sunday after Epiphany

January 20, 2002
See Also: 
Reading 1: 
Isaiah 49:1-7
Reading 2: 
Psalm 40:1-11
Reading 3: 
I Corinthians 1:1-9
Reading 4: 
John 1: 29-42
By Bruce G. Epperly

Contributed by Bruce G. Epperly & Anna Rollins

What does it mean to be called by God? In the Isaiah passage, the prophet speaks of a divine vocation that began with his conception. Within the matrix of possibilities, God envisaged a broad plan for the prophet even before he emerged from his mother’s womb.

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