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Interfaith Resources

The CRCNA has a few initiatives that may help you in your interfaith dialogue work.

  • Journeys into Friendship Network is about biblical friendship that crosses barriers of race, ethnicity, culture and religion. One of four foci of the network is interfaith dialogue. 
  • The Campus ministers interfaith community of practice seeks to help bind practice to theological reflection for campus ministers working in multi faith settings. 
  • The Pastors Interfaith Network establishes and links cohorts of pastoral leaders from the Christian Reformed Church and Reformed Church in America congregations across North America who are equipped to initiate and develop friendships of mutual understanding with Muslims.
  • Al Amana Center is a mission of the Reformed Church of America based in Muscat, Oman. It fosters peace and reconciliation by providing a safe space for Christians, Muslims and other faith communities. (watch video)

Here are a few resources and ideas to help guide you in your interfaith encounters.

  • Loving Neighbors of Other Faiths by Calvin Theological Seminary
  • Video: "Loving Your Neighbor of a Different Religion" by Calvin Theological Seminary
  • Blog: "Key Resources on Other Religions" by Cory Wilson
  • Resource Toolkit: Salaam — Helping Churches Connect with their Muslim Neighbors
  • Book: Christian Hospitality and Muslim Immigration in an Age of Fear by Matthew Kaemingk (Eerdmans, 2018)
  • Book: Truth over Fear: Combating the Lies about Islam by Charles Kimbal (Westminster John Knox Press, 2019)
  • Podcasts and Resources: Diversity and Inclusion for All by Calvin University

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