Thursday, February 23, 2006

From the WCC General Assembly -- Inter-relgious Dialogue Is a Pressing Need Says Archbishop of Canterbury

The following link is to a report of speeches made on interfaith relations at the WCC Assembly by several important church leaders:

"Inter-religious dialogue is now recognized as one of the most pressing needs of our time. In addition to the theological issues arising from the shrinking of the world and the ever more porous boundaries between communities, religion has become an increasingly significant component in inter-communal relations. Faith can make things better, or it can make them a great deal worse," said the Archbishop of Canterbury. The following link will take you to the full report.


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