Monthly Archives: November 2010

Have no fear, Interfaith is here!

So an atheist in interfaith, eh? As an atheist myself, a couple years ago, that would have sounded to me like nothing more than a contradiction in terms. This comes from the simple fact that when one hears the word … Continue reading

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Interfaith Cooperation in the Least Likely of Places

I read the news obsessively every hour. Having an iPhone makes it easy for me to get AP News Alerts of the news as it happens. As I open up articles, I process the information, fit them into well-known news … Continue reading

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Interfaith Ninjas or Little Things

I think that one of the most valuable lessons that I’ve learned from the planning sessions for the What IF? Speak-In and the event itself is that sometimes it’s the little things that count the most. Between the frustrations of … Continue reading

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From Champaign to Chicago

On Sunday, November 7th, Interfaith in Action, along with the Religious Studies Student Association (RSSA) took a trip up to Chicago.  It was an ALL-DAY affair, literally — we left Champaign at 6:15 am and returned at 11:45 pm.  By … Continue reading

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