Women in Christian-Muslim dialogue want to break down stereotypes By Naveen Qayyum

  Women in Christian-Muslim dialogue want to break down stereotypes by Naveen Qayyum (*)   Can women play a strong role in bringing reconciliation and tolerance to the communities in conflict? Can divisions and divides be resolved from a faith-based perspective, when religion often is considered a cause of violence? These were some of many … Continue reading “Women in Christian-Muslim dialogue want to break down stereotypes By Naveen Qayyum”

Archbishop of Canterbury meets with Chief Rabbis of Israel

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, yesterday met with the Chief Rabbis of Israel, Chief Rabbi Shlomo Amar and Chief Rabbi Yonah Metzger. The following communiqué was signed:   Communiqué of The Third Meeting of the Chief Rabbis of Israel and the Archbishop of Canterbury   The third meeting of the Chief Rabbis of … Continue reading “Archbishop of Canterbury meets with Chief Rabbis of Israel”

New-age coverage for new-style Lambeth By Matthew Davies

New-age coverage for new-style Lambeth By Matthew Davis   [Episcopal Life] When the Lambeth Conference convened in 1998, many of the bishops were still coming to terms with the avant-garde technology of electronic mail and the World Wide Web. At the same time, official religious and secular media outlets were the primary source for emerging … Continue reading “New-age coverage for new-style Lambeth By Matthew Davies”

Putting “meat on the bones” of the Anglican-Lutheran relationship By Ali Symons

  Putting “meat on the bones” of the Anglican-Lutheran relationship   By Ali Symons, General Synod Web Writer     “How can we put some meat on the bones of this relationship?” This question propelled a Sept. 3 and 4 meeting between staff from the Anglican Church of Canada (ACC) and the Evangelical Lutheran Church … Continue reading “Putting “meat on the bones” of the Anglican-Lutheran relationship By Ali Symons”

Lambeth encounters strengthened relationships

  Lambeth encounters strengthened relationships   Tensions linger as bishops discuss covenant, moratoria   By Mary Frances Schjonberg      [Episcopal Life] How one perceives the outcome of the 2008 Lambeth Conference depends in large part on what criteria are applied. If the basis for discerning the success of the decennial gathering of Anglican bishops … Continue reading “Lambeth encounters strengthened relationships”