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Definition of Interreligious
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Literary usage of Interreligious
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1. Global Citizenship, Cultural Citizenship and World Religions in Religion by David Chidester (2002)
"(Toropov and Buckles, 1997: 23) While asserting the legal rights and responsibilities of an interreligious citizenry, the guide also promotes an ..."
2. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"While in past years some Pentecostals and evangelicals complained that the police failed to protect them adequately during instances of interreligious ..."
3. Assisted Suicide edited by Michael Bilirakis (1998)
"I am the National interreligious Affairs Director of the American Jewish Committee. Since 1968, I have been directly involved in strengthening ..."
4. How to Become a Hindu: A Guide for Seekers and Born Hindus = Hindu Kanthaṃ by Subramuniya, Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (2000)
"The Synod therefore renewed the commitment of the Church in Asia to the task of improving both ecumenical relations and interreligious dialogue [as] ..."
5. Hud Rebuilding and Loan Guaranty Program: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Lauch Faircloth (1999)
"Let me summarize what has occurred through the unique ecumenical and interreligious partnership, led by the National Council of Churches, which has emerged, ..."