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Interfaith Relations: Collected Research Guides: Home

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Welcome!

This collective guide brings together a number of separate research guides on various aspects of Interfaith Relations, including two guides on Interfaith Dialogue, six guides on various aspects of different faith traditions, and three on important individuals.

A word on the arrangement of items on this guide. The first grouping of guides is on Interfaith Dialogue, the next on various aspects of different faith traditions, and the third on important individuals. Within each grouping, the guides are alphabetically arranged. To see the guides in proper order, start at the top of the left hand column and read down. When you get to the bottom, move back up to the top and scroll down through the items in the right hand column.

Christian-Muslim Dialogue at Duquesne

Screenshot of the Christian-Muslim Dialogue Research Guide


Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue

Screenshot of the Lutheran-Catholic Dialogue Research Guide


Antisemitism & the Holocaust

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Islamic Philosophy

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Islamic Studies

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Jewish Studies

Screenshot of Jewish Studies Research Guide


Who is a Jew? Amiens, France, 1942

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World Religions

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Charles de Foucauld: Universal Brother

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Thomas Merton

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Rumi

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