When I moved to New York City just over a year ago, I started going to church. More precisely, I started going to the churches—dozens of them—that were located in New York City’s public schools.
Faith in London is a short silent film celebrating the common instruction towards compassion that exists in all world religions and honouring what is perhaps the finest example of multi-faith coexistence in the world: The City of London. … It challenges opposition to the prevalence of organised religion in modern society by giving a voice to those who embody the true spirit of their faith.
The good folks at Jews on First were kind enough to include an essay I wrote at Religion Dispatches as part of their resource kit. Park51: Sermons and Essential Observations. Broad attacks have been launched against the validity of Islam as a religion and the situation of Muslim-Americans has been made more precarious in ways that many Jews have found to be all too familiar. In the course of our research on the issue, we have found many articles and sermons to be very helpful in charting the course of the controversy and in articulating principles that can help guide…
Very excited to see this project launch on May 17. RavelUnravel. RavelUnravel, an exploration of the tapestry of religious and spiritual identities that make up our community and world. Watch video interviews with people of diverse faiths, beliefs and cultures talk about their identity and experiences and upload your own to add to the movement.