Definition of interfaith
: involving persons of different religious faiths
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One participant was Reverend Ahmondra McClendon, an interfaith minister.
Akyol is steeped in his subject — Islamic teaching and tradition — but more so an apt interpreter, one who invites in non-Muslims, certainly a requisite for interfaith dialogue.
Neerja Gursahaney and Ting Gu are to be married July 2 at Monteverde at Oldstone, a historic mansion in Cortlandt, N.Y. Elizabeth Phaire, an interfaith minister with the Celebrant Foundation and Institute, is to perform the ceremony.
Alavi’s lawyers said the foundation was independent of Iran’s government and spent its money on schools, health care and higher education, as well as promoting Persian culture and supporting interfaith studies.
Interfaith events are one of the best ways to eliminate right-wing terrorism from America.
Attacks on Muslims this month led to a vigil on Tuesday that is the first event for a new interfaith group that that one organizer said has a simple but still challenging goal: creating hope.
A rabbi, a reverend and an imam have a plan for peace in middle America A group of clergymen embark on an initiative to build their houses of worship on the same property in Omaha, Nebraska, to spur interfaith dialogue and peace building.
But if a group of clergymen have their way, Nebraska's largest city will soon also be known as the home of interfaith dialogue and peacebuilding.
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Definition of interfaith for English Language Learners
: involving people of different religions
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