September 9, 2015

The Making of an Interfaith Advocate

by Paula Drewek What begins a journey…particularly an interfaith journey?  Well, I suppose it starts with doing something new, expanding your world in some way.  For […]
September 1, 2015

A Personal Religious Diversity Journey

by Meredith Skowronski, IFLC administrator, and RDJ Program Director Although it’s been six years since I anxiously hung my name-plate outside of my classroom door and […]
September 1, 2015

What are the Vedas?

For Hindus, all secular and spiritual knowledge is contained in the Vedas. The root of the word “Veda” is “Vid” which is to know, therefore all […]
August 25, 2015

Moving on Up with Bishop Dr. A. Barnes

by Beth Robinson So, I’m sitting in this church in Hamtramck. It’s getting dark outside, and darker inside because there’s no electricity in the church. Nothing […]
August 25, 2015

What is transubstantiation?

(This is a general description that represents, but does not cover all the many Christian denominations). The Communion or the Eucharist is a ceremony that commemorates the Last Supper, […]
August 25, 2015

The Hajj – Pilgrimage to Mecca

Say (O prophet): “God speaks the Truth: follow the religion of Abraham, the upright; he was not of the polytheists” Verily, the first House (of worship) […]