from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or involving persons of different religious faiths: an interfaith marriage; an interfaith forum.
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- adj. Involving members of different religions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. involving persons of different religious faiths.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. involving persons of different religious faiths
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RNS Say the word "interfaith" and the next word to roll off the tongue is probably "dialogue."...
Let me be clear that my disgust at this video is no reflection on the thousands of couples involved in interfaith relationships.
And our numbers are growing every day - several Yale students approached me after our discussion to ask how they could get involved in interfaith work.
The day before the New York Times raised the issue, I spoke to the Secular Student Alliance at Yale University about my work and addressed the question of whether the nonreligious should engage in interfaith work.
In interviews, he calls interfaith families "inconsistent," and dismisses atheists as "dishonest."
The remarks — tucked into an address at a German university where he formerly taught theology — were interpreted by many experts in interfaith relations as a signal that the Vatican is staking a new and more demanding stance for its dealings with the Muslim world.
More than that, Choudhury believes in interfaith dialogue and advocates opening relations between Israel and the Muslim world.
On that day, communities across North America are urged to engage in interfaith activities designed to raise public awareness about the growing genocide in Darfur and to demand that the international community take immediate and decisive action to stop the killing, the rape, and the destruction of villages, and to assure that humanitarian relief reaches all those in need.
Towards this end, His Holiness has made numerous appearances in interfaith services, imparting the message of universal responsibility, love, compassion and kindness.
Moreover, Sufi gatherings inspire young people to engage in interfaith dialogue, highlighting the universal values Islam shares with Christianity and Judaism – such as the pursuit of happiness, love of one’s family, tolerance of racial and religious differences, and the promotion of peace.
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