Interfaith dialogue is in fashion – because it is so urgent!
As we approach it, how shall we understand what we are doing? Should we assume we are learning a new language for a familiar spiritual landscape? Or entering a radically new cultural world? Or starting a journey with an unpredictable route and destination?
In Indigenous and Inter-Religious Studies at the Vancouver School of Theology we explore precisely these questions. This two-part lecture offers a wonderful summary of the answers I have learned over the last 18 months working at VST.
Please enjoy and learn from these two 30 minute videos — meant to be watched consecutively.
They were recorded on an iPad at OHALAH: Association of Clergy for Jewish Renewal conference 2016 by novice videographer Rabbi Jan Salzman. Featured image on this post: banner by artist Sandy Pond.