September 21, 2018

Interfaith is an Important Tool to Combat Injustice – a Message from IFLC Chairman Robert Bruttell

What Kevin Creamer, a  2018 Imagining Justice in Baltimore Fellow and an Associate at Catholic Charities of Baltimore, says below, could have been said here in […]
September 12, 2018

Sikh Music: The Untold Story Screens 3 p.m Sept. 15 at Madonna University

When film producer and academic Jasvir Kaur Rababan, 35, was growing up in a tightly-knit Sikh community in central England, the Gurdwura she attended for her […]
August 15, 2018

Exploring Religious Landscapes Fall 2018: Mysticism

Mysticism is defined as an experience that is both spiritual and physical.  There are pratices, texts and philosophies about mysticism in every faith as people have […]
August 8, 2018

Rabbi of Temple Kol Ami Meets with Jews and Muslims promoting Israeli/Palestinian co-existence in ancient Arab village

Last month on a rabbinical conference in Israel conducted by the pluralistic Shalom Hartman Institute, Rabbi Brent Gutmann of Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield, along […]
May 22, 2018

Tattoos – Hindu, Jewish and Muslim Perspectives

Tattoos – A Hindu Perspective Thank you to Chandru Acharya Hindus have had several traditions of permanent as well as temporary tattooing that has been practiced […]
May 22, 2018

What are the major similarities and differences in the different sects (movements) of Judaism?

First of all, let me identify these groups which are really called “movements” in Judaism today, each with their own national organization, rabbinic seminary or training, […]