We live in a multifaith world. In many of our neighborhoods, we find the familiar landmarks of Jewish, Buddhist, and Muslim presence. Increasingly, both urban and rural settings are becoming microcosms of a larger pattern of emerging religious pluralism in the US and around the world.
As a result, one of the most pressing issues for Christians everywhere is how to understand the relationship between interfaith dialogue and the church’s mission.
A new website provides resources for Christian leaders who see mission and interfaith engagement not as mutually exclusive but as an opportunity to embody a holistic witness that bridges religious divides for the sake of “loving our [religious] neighbor as ourselves,” through conversation, cooperation, and proclamation.