ICJS is the premier location for education and discovery opportunities to increase interreligious literacy and understanding.
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Interreligious leaders can be anywhere—both inside and outside of religious congregations. ICJS equips people in all walks of life to disarm religious bias and bigotry and to champion religious pluralism in their own communities.
The ICJS Teachers Fellowship equips secondary teachers to build an interreligious classroom.
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ICJS advances interreligious dialogue and understanding to build bridges between people and communities.
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(Adapted from resources developed by Scarboro Missions)
Mutual understanding of each other’s point of view
Argument of my position over that of another