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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Ask most people what their minds conjure up at the mention of interfaith work and you will usually get visions of reverends and rabbis hobnobbing over tea in a leaky church hall, thrashing out their differences over the Trinity through tight-lipped smiles. Thankfully, I have yet to come across stuffy platitudes like these in the interfaith activities I have witnessed and participated in.
Instead of spending hours discussing every theological difference under the sun -- in mind-numbing detail, no less -- these projects seek to unite people based on their shared concerns and interests. Take, for example, the Three Faiths Forum Women ARTogether …