A little over a year ago, I gave a talk at an Interfaith Symposium in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The popular "Coexist" bumper sticker contains an implicit argument--it assumes that different religious faiths, by definition, want to attack or annihilate each other. I explored what William Cavanaugh has called the "myth of religious violence" with a view toward how this should affect interfaith dialogue. The video below contains the audio from the presentation merged with the PowerPoint.
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My thoughts on how following Jesus calls us to go with the grain of the universe and against the grain of the world. I love the Bible, theology, and philosophy and how they intersect with just about anything else.