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This is an international discussion forum for Interfaith Communion.

Please note there are people on this list from all around the world. Consider the vast differences and speak very plainly.
A post introducing yourself will speed up your process to unmoderated state.

We expect all participants to behave in an ethical and responsible manner towards other group members at all times.

What is 'Interfaith'? A Definition from the Interfaith Centre of Melbourne, Australia:

"In a word, interfaith is most fundamentally respect. The bottom line is respecting different faiths. It's coming to understand them. And more, it's coming to love them. Each of us has so many layers to our lives. Its very variety makes us richer, deeper, more understanding, more loving. Our shared slogan must be: Communion not conversion, communion, respect and love with compassion."

We look forward to your input. Remember this is just a discussion list. There are a lot of very knowledgeable people onlist who willingly share their wisdom and life experience. Feel free to suggest topics whether it's something you wanted to share or ask.
For enthusiasts of interfaith discussions, religions, saints, spiritual masters, theology, theosophy, metaphysics, philosophy and spirituality.

The purpose of this forum is to gain peace, understanding, solidarity, unity, mutual benefit, tolerance and knowledge from interactions between people of all religions and beliefs, which is imperative in the effort to move towards world peace.

The focus is on respectful comparative religion, interfaith or multifaith discussions.

The senior moderator is Peter, an Interfaith Minister and Educator in Brisbane, Australia.

He is assisted by Br. Maximillian EFO, a Franciscan Friar in Wales; and John, an Author and Educator in Houston, Texas.

Group Information

  • 1116
  • Interfaith
  • Jun 20, 1998
  • English

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