Teaching the Faith of Another: Reflections arising from Britain is an article drawn from a paper presented at a conference in March 2016 in Lahore, Pakistan, on “Contemporary Issues in Religious Education”.
Many Christian people have told me that they know in their hearts that people of other faiths and those who profess no faith live godly lives and that their relationship with the one and only God is manifest in their lives. There
As two faith communities before the one and only God, this should affect the way in which our faith education is done. How do we seek to hear God speaking to us through the faith and practice of the other? How does
Both Christianity and Islam operate within certain conceptual models or paradigms. All too often, when someone from one faith seeks to understand the other, they try to make that faith fit their own paradigm instead of entering into the paradigm of the
The name of Badshah Khan Abdul Ghaffar Kahn is little known today, but any man who can lead one hundred thousand Pashtun warriors as a disciplined army committed to the nonviolent struggle for the liberation of India from British rule is worthy
The Catholic Bishops of Germany have a national information, resource and training centre for dialogue with Islam and Muslims, called CIBEDO, in Frankfurt. I was invited to lead a seminar there in October 2014 to explore “The training of Christian workers for