Interfaith Work

Association for Religion and Intellectual Life (ARIL)/CrossCurrents (organization and online magazine).
The Association for Religion and Intellectual Life (ARIL) is a global network of people from various religious traditions who share a commitment to bringing into closer relationship the passions of the heart with the life of the mind. (website).
A collection of news, feature articles, and brief clips from the intersection of popular culture, spirituality and religion. Includes daily meditations and information to support the practice of faith.

Christianity in Jewish Terms (book).
Tikva Frymer-Kensky, David Novak, Peter Ochs, Davis Fox Sandmel, and Michael A. Signer. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000.
Jewish scholars explore Christian beliefs from a Jewish perspective.

Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions (CPWR) (organization).
International organization focused on interfaith dialogue and peace. Holds an annual international conference and supports a series of interfaith initiatives designed to promote world harmony and justice.

How to Be a Perfect Stranger: The Essential Religious Etiquette Handbook (book).
Stuart M. Matlins, and Arthur J. Magida, editors. Woodstock, VT: Sky Light Paths Publishing, 2003.
This book offers basic information about world religions and describes the basic practices of each. Includes description of basic worship and what is considered inappropriate behavior when visiting a house of prayer or worship within each religion.

National Conference for Community and Justice (organization).
An organization that promotes understanding and respect among all races, religions and cultures through advocacy, conflict resolution and education.

North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) (organization).
Builds communication among over 60 member interfaith groups and has links to selected interfaith web sites.

Pluralism Project Directory Interfaith Listings with Links (research organization).
Listings of 320 interfaith organizations in the U.S.

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