Faith and Religious Sincerity in Political Allyship
Sometimes one may feel challenged to share aspects of their own faith traditions that do not easily reconcile with people of other faiths.

In interfaith encounters, one may feel challenged to share aspects of their own faith traditions that do not easily reconcile with – and even openly conflict with – people holding other faiths. In this session, Elana Stein Hain considered a typology of responses to such experiences as exemplified by interactions depicted in the Talmud between rabbis and people of other religions.

This program was recorded during our interfaith symposium on Truth, Difference and Loyalty in February 2021.

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