Why we work on interfaith education

Hat tip to the Alban Weekly for a piece by Justus Baird making a powerful case for interfaith education. He talks about reasons stemming from “the news, the pews, and religious views.” Read the whole piece, it’s excellent, but his first reason — having to do with widespread news coverage of religion that contributes to misunderstanding — points to a central reason why we, as religious educators, need to be “in the flow” in our contemporary contexts.

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