Interfaith Reflections

I’ve written several reflections about other religions and what their philosophies mean to me. I hope you’ll consider reading the following:

On Buddhism:

  1. What Christianity Can Learn from Buddhism About Change
  2. The Divine: When Words Fail
  3. Two Mighty Roots: An excerpt from “Living Buddha, Living Christ”
  4. Exploring Peace: An excerpt from “Living Buddha, Living Christ
  5. I Am the Way: An excerpt from “Living Buddha, Living Christ”
  6. What Do You Mean When You Speak of God (video)
  7. When Our Edges Dissolve: A Reflection on Buddhism and Being Human Together
  8. Or, see a feed of all posts tagged “Buddhism”

On Islam:

  1. Reflections After Observing Prayer at a Mosque (Part 1)
  2. Reflections After Observing Prayer at a Mosque (Part 2)
  3. Religious Extremism: A frustrating double standard
  4. Christianity & Islam: A starting point for interfaith dialogue (video)
  5. Or, see a feed of all posts tagged “Islam”

On Hinduism:

  1. Reflections After Visiting A Hindu Temple (Part 1)
  2. Reflections After Visiting A Hindu Temple (Part 2)
  3. Hinduism’s Thaipusam Festival: A reminder that we are all one

On Atheism / Agnosticism / Humanism:

  1. Stephen Prothero’s Argument Against the Demonization of All Religions
  2. The Pew Forum’s Very Stinky Poll Results
  3. Signs, Signs, Everywhere Sign

On Universalism (or promoting universalistic theology):

  1. Should Universalism Be A Dirty Word?
  2. Kingdoms Afterlives and Political Shenanigans
  3. Rethinking the Impossible Mission
  4. Eternal Life: What if Jesus wasn’t talking about Heaven or Hell?
  5. Pluralism: Rethinking the Concept of Salvation
  6. Websites and Blogs About Christian Unitarian Universalism

“The truth was a mirror in the hands of God. It fell, and broke into pieces. Everybody took a piece of it, and they looked at it and thought they had the truth.” ~Rumi