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CBF/GA Interfaith Task Force
The work of building relationships beyond Baptist life is led by CBF/GA’s Interfaith Task Force. The Interfaith Task Force seeks to facilitate understanding between the CBF community and people of other faith traditions. This is done by:
Offering workshops on interfaith issues at statewide meetings
Inviting representatives from other faith communities to be present at statewide meetings
Educating readership through Visions newsletter and Re-Visions e-newsletter
Providing resources on the web
Lifting up congregational models of interfaith work around Georgia
Inviting guests from other faith traditions to be present at meetings of the Interfaith Task Force
Task Force Members include:
Wayne Martin, Chair
Michelle Brooks Garber, Vice-Chair
5-Year Jewish Holiday Calendar
A Common Word Between Us and You
An open letter
from Muslim leaders to Christian Leaders regarding the need for peace between the people of these two faith traditions.
Harvery Cox. Many Mansions. Beacon Press, 1992.
Sharing Shalom: A Process for local Interfaith Dialogue between Christians and Jews
Cunningham, Phillip A. and Arthur F. Starr, editors. Sharing Shalom: A Process for local Interfaith Dialogue between Christians and Jews. Paulist Press, Mahwah, NJ.
Creating Interfaith Community
Speight, R. Marston. Creating Interfaith Community. General Board of Global Ministries, The United Methodist Church, New York: 2003.
Baptist Center for Ethics
www.ethicsdaily.org - Click on "World Religions" for articles, news stories, and book reviews.
If Grace Is True: Why God Will Save Every Person
By Jim Mulholland and Phillip Gulley.
HarperCollins Publisher, New York: 2003.
If God is Love: Rediscovering Grace in an Ungracious World
By Jim Mulholland and Phillip Gulley. HarperCollins Publisher, New York: 2004.
Living Islam Outloud: American Muslim Women Speak
Edited by Saleemah Abdul-Ghafur. Beacon Press, 2005.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and Ecumenical Relationships: Building Bridges, Not Barriers
By Bo Prosser
Let Us Break Bread Together: A Passover Haggadah for Christians
By Michael Smith and Rami Shapiro. Parachute Press, February 2005.