The Journal is a compiled anthology of select Interfaith Fellows’ blogposts as they navigated interfaith dialogue and the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Interfaith Fellows' Bi-Weekly Blog Post
Jewish people have many different garments that can denote their faith. One of these garments is a yarmulke or, in Hebrew, a kippah, which means “dome”. Wearing my kippah is something very special to me …May 6, 2021
We are nearing the end of the semester, and with that comes the end of our fellowship time together. While I am ready to be done with my term papers and final exams, the ending …May 3, 2021
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Blog posts from two of our fellows this year, Ben Sevart and Kally Leidig, were featured in the April 2021 issue of Freethought Today.May 6, 2021
I know where this is going, you may say to yourself, no more Christmas concerts, no more spring break over Easter! But I actually don’t have a problem with those things at all. I think religious tradition is beautiful and fascinating and so full of wisdom and joy.April 17, 2021
Judaism has provided community for me throughout my entire life but, to be honest, the online community thing just wasn’t doing it for me. Transitioning an in-person community into an online community just seemed so much harder for me than joining a community that is completely virtual to begin with. Then, we created Interfaith Online. Little did I know, Interfaith Online is what has helped me survive this pandemic.April 16, 2021
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