Camille Paglia on the Value of Interreligious Knowledge

In a recent interview with Spectator|USA, Professor Paglia is asked to comment on “multiculturalism.” She cites the following as distilling her argument from Provocations, her most recently published collection of essays: What is true multiculturalism? As I repeatedly argue in Provocations, comparative religion is … Continue reading

70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, December 10, 2018

On December 10, the United Nations will mark the 70th  anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In an era of spreading nationalism and gross violations in places like Yemen, Myanmar, South Sudan and Venezuela, it is fair to ask … Continue reading

Students share personal experiences to grow as interfaith leaders

Interfaith Leadership Institute recognizes importance of building common ground Students and educators from around the country gathered Aug. 3-5 in Chicago to share stories, build relationships with people of different backgrounds, and equip themselves with the skill set needed to … Continue reading

Leaders from the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints “don’t want you calling them Mormons anymore”

This is an unusual entry in the news and commentary articles of the Inter Religious Federation for World Peace (IRFWP).  The second half of the headline is from the CNN article that reads: “Mormons don’t want you calling them Mormons … Continue reading