In our pluralistic Canadian society, we have to opportunity to model successful inter-faith dialogue. Globally, we are witnessing multiculturalism on the defensive while governments struggle with fundamentalism’s strident propaganda in a post-nationalist age. So it is always heartening to see events such as the Multi-Faith Saskatoon annual general meeting, discussing the challenges inherent to their mission.
Among this year’s participants was Professor James Mullens, from the Department of Religion and Culture at the University of Saskatchewan, is a practicing Buddhist. Mullen teaches courses on Comparative Religion and Religion and Non-violence.
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