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Neighborly Faith
Helping evangelical Christians become good neighbors to people of other faiths. Cofounded by and Chris Stackaruk.
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Neighborly Faith 5h
Co-Director joined a panel on religious freedom and spirituality in the next generation at with !
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Amar D. Peterman 11h
Absolutely fantastic sermon by about loving your neighbor no matter what differences may stand between.
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Looking for an easy way to share the Neighborly Faith podcast? Use our Soundcloud link to share a collection of our most popular episodes!
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Neighborly Faith Jun 18
Our co-directors Chris and were featured in this article by of ! "Through person-to-person interaction, hearts can change. That's how you bridge divides"
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Neighborly Faith Jun 17
We are so thankful for our mobilizers and the amazing work they are doing around the world. Read from Cody Beasley here as he discusses principled pluralism and religious freedom with
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Neighborly Faith Jun 16
We think one of the greatest way to overcome misconceptions about those who are different from ourselves is to build relationships! This doesn't mean we ignore our differences, but rather that we see the inherent worth and dignity in each human being to be known and loved.
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Kevin Singer Jun 14
“Not all disrespectful words and not all political decisions that disadvantage religious believers will rise to the level of persecution. Jumping too quickly to unwarranted defensive language can also wall off relationships and end dialogue” - , Confident Pluralism
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Amber Hacker Jun 14
Interfaith leadership is when an Evangelical stands up for by challenging his own tradition’s common insistence that Islam is not a religion but a political ideology. did just that on :
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Neighborly Faith Jun 14
"The remedy is not to assert Christianity’s superiority but to remind the elites, and ourselves, of the Christian roots of this precious right of religious freedom." - of 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
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Neighborly Faith Jun 14
"While white nationalism in America has its own history, stemming from the legacy of slavery and racism, it is an inherently global movement — one that has roots in a deeply distorted view of Christian theology" -
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Neighborly Faith Jun 13
Replying to @MABennett82
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Neighborly Faith Jun 12
EVANGELICALS: please join us in praying for the families and friends of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and Razan Abu-Salha, victims in the Chapel Hill shooting of 2015. Families watched a video of the shooting in court. Their killer was given three life sentences w/o parole.
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Kevin Singer Jun 12
What happened to Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha & Razan Abu-Salha demonstrates that prejudice and violence are not as far apart as we imagine. During the hearing the killer referred to his victims as “these people.” Relieved that he was given 3 life sentences w/o parole today.
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Neighborly Faith Jun 11
Co-Director ’s new piece for ! “Muslims are a richly diverse community who love their God and their country. They want the same things we want: the freedom to worship without fear, and a basic respect for their religious beliefs”
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Interfaith Voices Jun 10
This week's episode on Inspired (once known as Interfaith Voices).. an pastor who used to distrust Muslims now builds bridges... Listen here:
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Neighborly Faith Jun 10
Replying to @omarsuleiman504
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Shared Justice Jun 6
"The image of God bestows dignity and worth to every person, regardless of their truth claims or worldview." -Cody Beasley cc:
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Interfaith Voices Jun 7
Our new episode explores , looking for a more nuanced view behind all the stereotypes. Listen here: Special thanks to our guests Pastor Bob Roberts Jr. and Roxanne Stone of
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Neighborly Faith Jun 6
Thanks for your leadership !
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Neighborly Faith Jun 6
Check out this fantastic reflection from Neighborly Faith Fellow Cody Beasley at !
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