Spring, 2005

Eboo Patel


Religious Strangers as Menaces
by Martin E. Marty

Seven Views on Interfaith Work

Inclusiveness and Justice: The Pitfalls and Possibilities of Interfaith Work
by Eboo Patel

First Response
by Susan Thistlethwaite

Second Response
by Sam Fleishacker

Third Response
by James Halstead

Fourth Response
by Aminah Beverly McCloud

Fifth Response
by Charles Strain

Sixth Response
by Kalyani D. Menon

From the Margins to the Centers of Power
by Patrice Brodeur

On Evangelicals and Interfaith Cooperation
by Tony Campolo with Shane Claiborne

Pagan Involvement in the Interfaith Movement
by Grove Harris

Overcoming Religiously Motivated Violence
by Imam A. Rashied Omar

The Contribution of H.H. the XIVth Dalai Lama to Interfaith Education
by Leo D. Lefebure

The Power of Inter-religious Dialogue to Transform Conflict
by William F. Vendley

by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf

Learning the Language of Interfaith Dialogue
by Dana Graef

The Interfaith Journey of an American Girl
by Christina Wright


Chi-Town (X)changes by Kevin Coval


Maximum City: Bombay Lost and Found by Suketu Mehta

Integrating Ecofeminism by Rosemary Radford Reuther

Notes on Contributors

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Source: CrossCurrents, Spring 2005, Vol. 55,  No 1.