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Interfaith websites

Exploring Religions

Interfaith Mysticism Index
Interfaith mysticism and religious worlds 

Islamic Philosophy

Pluralism Project
A project of Harvard University. Studying the growing religious diversity of the United States. Includes teaching resources, articles and details of current research.

Religion and Ethics
Resource from the BBC. A portal to the A-Z of religions.

Religious Tolerance
Religions of the world: Information about 40 organized religions and faith groups.

Vatican II Documents on Non-Christian Religions
1. Pontifical Council for Interreligioius Dialogue
2. Catholic Muslim Dialogue

World's Religions


Interfaith scriptures & sacred writings

Sumerian Literature
Analects of Confucius
Avesta Zoroastrianism
Bahai Sacred Texts
Bhagavad-Gita
Buddhist Studies
Qu'ran
Tao Te Ching
Eastern Sacred Texts
Hindu Texts
Interfaith Mysticism and Religious Worlds
Sacred Texts - Celtic

Our faculty have compiled these scholarly resources in religious and theological studies as a service for our students and religious studies scholars everywhere.

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Labyrinth Walk: Walking for World Peace

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August 28, 2014

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