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Martin Luther King, Jr.’s call

Jacquelyn Martin AP Visitors gather at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington on Sunday, Jan. 15, 2012, for … Continued

Remembering other 9/11s: Landmarks of History

What is secular and what is religious? As a Hindu I can be spiritual but not religious and vice versa. … Continued

The Egyptian revolution: An interfaith movement

Today’s guest blogger is Frank Fredericks, executive director of World Faith, co-director of Religious Freedom USA, and president of Çöñàr … Continued

Ambassadors for Christ in an interfaith world

Today’s guest blogger is Nick Price, who works for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He … Continued

How can Muslims and evangelicals work together?

In a couple of weeks, I’m speaking at Wheaton College – often known as the Harvard of Evangelical Christian schools … Continued

Talking the ‘Hereafter’ with atheists and believers

Today’s guest blogger is Nicholas Lang, an intern at Interfaith Youth Core and a senior at DePaul University. Lang co-founded … Continued

Where are the moderate Muslims?

Today’s guest blogger is Jillian Johnson, a member of the One Chicago, One Nation (follow @1Chicago1Nation) team at Interfaith Youth … Continued

Tipping the scale in DC

Today’s guest blogger is Jennifer Bailey, a Campus Engagement Associate at the Interfaith Youth Core where she works to transform … Continued

LGBTQ find unexpected hope

Today’s guest blogger is Robert Chlala, a Campus Engagement Associate at Interfaith Youth Core. He has worked with youth community … Continued

Young leaders against malaria

Today’s guest bloggers are Tim Brauhn and Hafsa Arain. Tim and Hafsa have spent the last 8 months working together … Continued

Immigration reform and the Golden Rule

By Robert P. Jonesfounding CEO, Public Religion Research Institute Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer met with President Obama this week to … Continued

The new interfaith theologians

Today’s guest blogger is Cassie Meyer, the Director of Content for Interfaith Youth Core. Cassie has a Master’s Degree from … Continued

A glimpse of our interfaith future

Today’s guest blogger is Dan Pawlus, Vice President of Communications for Interfaith Youth Core and co-host of “30 Good Minutes” … Continued

Kaleidoscope of religions

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall Every five years a gathering known as the Parliament of the World’s Religions draws … Continued

The new interfaith leaders

Last week, Interfaith Youth Core held our sixth conference on interfaith work, Leadership for a Religiously Diverse World. At the … Continued

Faiths Act Against Malaria

Malaria kills a child in Africa every thirty seconds. Pregnant women and children under five are at special risk. Over … Continued

Ultimate Truth & Interfaith Work

Today’s guest blogger is Amber Hacker, a graduate of University of North Carolina Wilmington and a Leadership Associate at the … Continued

Secularism Good for the Soul

Looking at the shouting match in our culture, between the forces of aggressive atheism (“The End of Faith”, “God is … Continued

What We Can Learn from Bahá’í Elections

Today’s guest blogger is Jeremy Lambshead, a Chicago resident who majored in religious studies at Carleton College. He has been … Continued

The New Interfaith Generation

I had the chance to speak to 3,000 young people at the United Church of Christ’s National Youth Event in … Continued