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On college campuses
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Ecumenical and interfaith
Recent Blog posts
This past week I enjoyed meeting with three Protestant pastors who are part of a Ministerial Alliance in a farming community in the Midwest. A Christian Scientist is part of this Alliance and invited me to join this group at one of their monthly meetings.
In a recent conversation about baptism with some Christian minister friends, they were rather stunned to find out I had not been formally baptized in a water immersion ceremony. But I realized once again that the only reason they were even listening was because we had built a mutual relationship of respect.
At the heart of the Christian message for the world is the cry, ‘He is risen!’ Centuries before there were church doctrines and Easter traditions, Christianity was a ‘resurrection’ movement. Far greater than the nuances of interpretations that came later for the Christian church, this is the part that draws Christians together.
The annual Christian Unity Gathering of the National Council of Churches (USA) welcomes anyone interested in ecumenical ministry to listen and participate. This year, the meeting is May 7-8, at the Hilton Washington Dulles.