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Practicing Religion: A Comparative Approach to the World’s Religions

Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions. The first session will be Tuesday, January 26th; the last, Tuesday, March 30th. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ among the religions of […]

Practicing Religion: Blessing a Child

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. Feb. 2nd's course will explore how different traditions approach blessing a child. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human "practices," and that these differ […]

Practicing Religion: Eating Together

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. The Feb. 9th class will explore the practices of eating together across various traditions. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human "practices," and that […]

Practicing Religion: Dying Well

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. The Feb. 16th class will explore how different religions approach death and dying. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human "practices," and that these […]

Practicing Religion: Making Up One’s Mind

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. The Feb. 23rd class will explore the ways different religions counsel practitioners on making decisions. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human "practices," and […]

Practicing Religion: Finding a Mate

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. The March 2nd class will explore how different religions approach finding a partner. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human "practices," and that these […]

Practicing Religion: Asking for Help

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. March 9th's course will explore how different religions approach asking for help. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ […]

Practicing Religion: Household Economics

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. March 16th's course will explore how different religions approach household economics. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ among […]

Practicing Religion: Hospitality

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In this week of "Practicing Religion," Dr. David Greenhaw will welcome Dr. Michael Kinnamon to discuss the practice of hospitality as a means for founding interfaith life and relations. Dr. Michael Kinnamon served as the ninth General Secretary of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA. Before that, he was the executive […]

Practicing Religion: Forgiving a Friend

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Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions with Rev. Dr. David Greenhaw. March 30th's course will explore how different religions approach forgiving a friend. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ […]

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