Interfaith

Pagans Expected to Receive Admittance to Scottish Interfaith Council

April 4, 2004

Source: The Scotsman

http://news.scotsman.com/scotland.cfm?id=383252004

On April 4, 2004 The Scotsman reported, "Pagans are set to receive approval from one of Scotland’s leading religious bodies for the first time. They are expected to be admitted to the Scottish Interfaith Council, which represents all the main faiths in Scotland, and hope the move will pave the way for official state recognition of pagan weddings and funerals as well as special leave for events...

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"Faithful Democracy" Stresses Civil Participation Rooted in Religious Values

April 2, 2004

Source: Episcopal News Service

http://www.dfms.org/3577_34875_ENG_HTM.htm?menu=undefined

On April 2, 2004 the Episcopal News Service reported, "During an election year, the importance of casting informed votes and underlining how each and every ballot makes a difference cannot be emphasized enough, according to Faithful Democracy, a coalition of religious organizations which is committed to promoting faithful engagement in the democratic process. A press...

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Education as Transformation: History of a Movement

April 1, 2004

Author: Peter Laurence

Source: Spirituality in Higher Education Newsletter

http://www.spirituality.ucla.edu/newsletter_new/past_pdf/volume_1/vol_1_issue_1/EoT.pdf

Early development

"I came here because I knew that a movement was starting÷" declared Cheryl Keen of Antioch College at the first national gathering sponsored by Education as Transformation in 1998. According to Victor Kazanjian, Dean of...

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