Interfaith

"Core Curriculum as Rubbery as ‘Core Promises’?" a Commentary by Cathy Byrne

February 15, 2007

Author: Cathy Byrne

Source: On Line Opinion

http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=5499

With both parties bidding for the Christian vote, and Muslims stepping up to the New South Wales political plate, it will be interesting to see how Religion Education will be included - or not.

Will Australia follow the over-simplified US debates where “our” religion is better - or of positioning religion as a choice between...

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Women of Vision Conference Slated

February 15, 2007

Author: Shant Morgan Durisseau

Source: Ventura County Star

http://www.venturacountystar.com/vcs/community/article/0,1375,VCS_1796_5353397,00.html

Temple Beth Torah's Rabbi Lisa Hochberg-Miller didn't think that she and a Japanese-American woman and member of the Ventura Seventh-day Adventist Church had much in common. But when the rabbi began a dialogue with the woman during the Women of Vision Conference two years...

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Interfaith Panel Tackles Modesty, Modernity

February 14, 2007

Author: Michah Rynor

Source: University of Toronto Campus News

http://www.news.utoronto.ca/bin6/070214-2928.asp

European governments are currently debating whether or not to ban certain Islamic garb worn by Muslim women due to their concerns that veils and hijabs cause civil strife, discourage assimilation and help disguise terrorists and lawbreakers.

The Canadian debate has been far less dramatic but it continues to be a topic of discussion,...

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Interfaith Panel Tackles Modesty, Modernity

February 14, 2007

Author: Michah Rynor

Source: University of Toronto Campus News

http://www.news.utoronto.ca/bin6/070214-2928.asp

European governments are currently debating whether or not to ban certain Islamic garb worn by Muslim women due to their concerns that veils and hijabs cause civil strife, discourage assimilation and help disguise terrorists and lawbreakers.

The Canadian debate has been far less dramatic but it continues to be a topic of discussion,...

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For New Lunar Year Religious Leaders Highlight Handover Anniversary, Domestic Violence

February 14, 2007

Source: Indian Catholic

http://www.theindiancatholic.com/newsread.asp?nid=6082

HONG KONG (UCAN) -- The Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong has tempered joy over the 10th anniversary of the territory's return to China with concern about the rise in family violence. In a message for Lunar New Year, the six leaders note that local residents rejoice in the success of the "one-country, two-systems" principle that has applied since Hong Kong reverted from British to...

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For New Lunar Year Religious Leaders Highlight Handover Anniversary, Domestic Violence

February 14, 2007

Source: Indian Catholic

http://www.theindiancatholic.com/newsread.asp?nid=6082

HONG KONG (UCAN) -- The Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong has tempered joy over the 10th anniversary of the territory's return to China with concern about the rise in family violence. In a message for Lunar New Year, the six leaders note that local residents rejoice in the success of the "one-country, two-systems" principle that has applied since Hong Kong reverted from British to...

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The Greening of the World's Religions

February 14, 2007

Author: MARY EVELYN TUCKER and JOHN GRIM

Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

http://chronicle.com/weekly/v53/i23/23b00901.htm

As reported last year in the Millennium Ecosystems Assessment, we humans are destroying the life-support systems of the planet at an alarming rate. The data keep pouring in that we are altering the climate and toxifying the air, water, and soil so that the health of humans and other species is at risk. The population...

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Interfaith Panel Tackles Modesty, Modernity

February 14, 2007

Author: Michah Rynor

Source: University of Toronto Campus News

http://www.news.utoronto.ca/bin6/070214-2928.asp

European governments are currently debating whether or not to ban certain Islamic garb worn by Muslim women due to their concerns that veils and hijabs cause civil strife, discourage assimilation and help disguise terrorists and lawbreakers.

The Canadian debate has been far less dramatic but it continues to be a topic of discussion,...

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For New Lunar Year Religious Leaders Highlight Handover Anniversary, Domestic Violence

February 14, 2007

Source: Indian Catholic

http://www.theindiancatholic.com/newsread.asp?nid=6082

HONG KONG (UCAN) -- The Colloquium of Six Religious Leaders of Hong Kong has tempered joy over the 10th anniversary of the territory's return to China with concern about the rise in family violence. In a message for Lunar New Year, the six leaders note that local residents rejoice in the success of the "one-country, two-systems" principle that has applied since Hong Kong reverted from British to...

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The Greening of the World's Religions

February 14, 2007

Author: MARY EVELYN TUCKER and JOHN GRIM

Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

http://chronicle.com/weekly/v53/i23/23b00901.htm

As reported last year in the Millennium Ecosystems Assessment, we humans are destroying the life-support systems of the planet at an alarming rate. The data keep pouring in that we are altering the climate and toxifying the air, water, and soil so that the health of humans and other species is at risk. The population...

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The Greening of the World's Religions

February 14, 2007

Author: MARY EVELYN TUCKER and JOHN GRIM

Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

http://chronicle.com/weekly/v53/i23/23b00901.htm

As reported last year in the Millennium Ecosystems Assessment, we humans are destroying the life-support systems of the planet at an alarming rate. The data keep pouring in that we are altering the climate and toxifying the air, water, and soil so that the health of humans and other species is at risk. The population...

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