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The Bible and Our Non-Christian Neighbors
W. Eugene March reflects on the biblical framework for understanding God’s relationship with all people.
Part of Our Song • Presbyterians Engaging with Women and Men of Differing Faiths
Jay T. Rook provides Presbyterian Church history and context for the work of interfaith relations.
Voices from the PC(USA) Interfaith Listening Project
Peggy Thomas talks with three women who participated in the project.
A Question for Christians •
How Do We Relate to People of Other Faiths?
Anna Bedford shares her conversation with theologian Damayanthi Niles.
What Does It Mean to Be a Presbyterian Woman? •
Women’s Interfaith Networks
Kathryn Mary Lohre lifts up the role of Presbyterian women in dialogue with women of various faith traditions and discusses the work of the Pluralism Project’s interfaith networks.
Christ’s Reconciliation—Dare We Live It? •
A Question for the Children of Abraham in the Middle East
Najla Kassab, Presbyterian woman, pastor and educator in Lebanon, explores the theological concept of reconciliation among Muslims, Jews and Christians in a war-torn Holy Land.
Standing Together for Peace •
Actions of the 216th General Assembly
General Assembly Moderator Rick Ufford-Chase interprets the actions of GA commissioners on divestment issues in Palestine and Israel.
Continuing the Conversation •
Jewish and Presbyterian Dialogue at the Crossroads
Rabbi Gaylia Rooks offers her reflection on dialogue that leads to real understanding between Jewish and Presbyterian communities
Interfaith Celebration and Prayer
The PC(USA) Interfaith Relations Office provides materials that support community among people of all faiths. Respectful Presence is a resource that provides help for sharing worship experiences across traditions.
Brazil • Ringing the Bells of Change in Religion
June Ramage Rogers remembers her life in Brazil, raising children in an environment of religious change and political unrest.
Anything But Silent (inside front cover)
Based on Lesson 9 of What She Said: Quotable Women in Scripture
• Ann Weems
What She Heard
After many travels to present What She Said: Quotable Women in Scripture, the author shares what the Quotable Women say today.
• Dale Lindsay Morgan
Horizons Bible Study Resource
Dispatch from Forbearance Presbyterian Church
Tempest in a Crystal Vase
• Charlotte Johnstone
News and Information About Presbyterian Women and the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Muddling through the Medicare Morass
• Pat Gleich
A Picture of Life in the Middle East
• Elizabeth Sanders
Working for Justice and Peace
A Faith Journey
• Una Stevenson
Pages Worth Turning
Christians in the Common Era
• Jane Parker Huber
Churchwide Gathering of Presbyterian Women
Celebrating Women, Community and God
• Janice Catron
Workshops! Workshops! Workshops! (inside back cover)
• Florence Morrison
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