Converging Streams: Interfaith Fellowship in our Modern World
Rev. George Wolfe, participating in a panel talk, shares insights on benefits of delaying gratification and meditation practices as demonstrated across multiple faith traditions. This episode contains excerpts from a panel talk at the 2012 Conference on W
Is love a motivator for your relationships or are they driven by profit? (Recorded live at the Unity Church of Anderson, Indiana)
What defines non-violent activism? Is it passive? An examination of action taken with the intent of doing no harm and holding reverence for life.
What lessons can be found for contemporary living in Thoreau’s experiences on Walden pond?
A study of how we can remove conflict from within ourselves from the perspective of mediation and positive peace.
An examination of how humans can meet our needs but not our greeds using the studies of Buckminster Fuller as a lens.
A summary discussion on various outreach programs of the Muncie Interfaith Fellowship, including Converging Streams, and a view into peace studies education and academic freedom in American colleges and universities.
Do world religions truly call for redemption in response to violent acts against people?
George Wolfe finds the path to non-violence in the Tao, finding a similar path as in the Christian tradition.
A continuation of Dr. Wolfe’s interview with Eva Etzioni-Halevy, an Israeli author, about her fictional novel The Garden of Ruth, which relates to the story of Ruth in the Judeo-Christian tradition and has a message for interfaith dialogue. Dr. Wolfe di