Interfaith Leadership Video Series
Lesson Six: Ethics and Theologies of Interfaith Cooperation
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This lesson invites students to consider stories, figures, and experiences from their own traditions that support their interfaith work. We encourage students to use these elements to develop their own ethic or theology of interfaith cooperation.
6.1: What is an Ethic or Theology of Interfaith Cooperation?
The third area of knowledge for interfaith leadership is what we call an ethic or theology of interfaith cooperation. This personal ethic, derived from the texts, figures, history, and art of one’s own tradition, is explained in detail in this lesson. We will also identify how this ethic or theology can and should be used by interfaith leaders in different contexts.
6.2: Ethics of Interfaith Cooperation for the Field
In this series of interviews, young professionals share their ethics and theologies of interfaith cooperation and reflect on how they use them in their own interfaith leadership.
6.3: Building Relationships Across Difference
Facilitating dialogue is one of the most important and difficult skills of interfaith leadership. This module introduces methods to successfully facilitate dialogue, create safe space, and move discussion into action.
6.4: Ethics and Theologies of Interfaith Cooperation Summary and Reflection
This summative module reviews the concept and purpose of ethics and theologies of interfaith cooperation and reflects on how effective dialogue facilitation helps build relationships and grow interfaith cooperation.