Głosy religijne w kryzysie COVID-19

Coronaspection: Introspection VI:    Introspection VI Interviews with Rabbi Ephraim Kenig - Israel, Prof. Seyyed Hossein Nas - USA, Prof. Nader Saeidi - USA

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19 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection VI

When I chose to feature the three interviews listed above as one Introspection, this was based on a clear sense of the complementarity of the spiritual worldview of the three contributors. Religious worldviews are diverse. Even if fundamental beliefs unite almost all believers across religious differences, still, there are many ways of being religious. The three voices featured in this Introspection feel to me, and I am sure would also feel the same to the speakers themselves, as growing out of the same spiritual matrix. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel, is the author of The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism: History, Spirituality, Identity.)

Coronaspection: Introspection V: Maria Voce - Italy, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf - USA, Sr. Jayanti - England

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17 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection V

Together, we set out to answer seven questions - Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel, is the author of The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism: History, Spirituality, Identity.

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14 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection IV

Alon Goshen-Gottstein: There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. Together, we set out to answer seven questions:

Coronaspection: Introspection III

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12 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection III

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel, is the author of The Jewish Encounter with Hinduism: History, Spirituality, Identity.)

coronaspection - leaders

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5 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection II

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israe)

Coronawirus

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1 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: Introspection I

There is a special power in the coming together of religious leaders in their diversity to deliver a message at a given point in time, especially a time of global crisis. Forty important voices are taking part in this project. I am grateful to editors of Tablet magazine for their eagerness to feature the project in its entirety. (Alon Goshen-Gottstein, Executive Director of the Elijah Interfaith Institute, Israel)

Coronaspection

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5 czerwca 2020 r.

Coronaspection: World Religious Leaders Look Inward During a Time of Global Hardship

One of the most important insights of the Coronaspection project, which brings together 40 world religious leaders for their insights on faith during the time of the coronavirus, has to do with the sense of solidarity and interconnectedness of humanity. Unity is one outcome that almost all participants recognize, and this unity extends also to some significant dimension of unity across religions. United in their struggle with the spiritual challenges of one virus, religious leaders of different traditions share their particular vision across religious boundaries. by Alon Goshen-Gottstein

Religious Truth. Towards a Jewish Theology of Religions

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28 maja 2020 r.

Religious Truth

Towards a Jewish Theology of Religions
This latest publication, based on work carried out at Elijah, is part of ongoing work in the field of theology of religions, tackling how religions view each other. The book came out in Corona.