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Truth Difference and Loyalty

An interfaith symposium exploring the ways in which faith engenders connections with others.

How interfaith encounters can not only engage aligned groups, but also reach across deep divides.

February 15-18, 2021

An exploration of truth and difference, allyship, and the ways in which faith engenders connections with others, even those with whom we may disagree.

This program is funded by a grant from the Shalom Hartman Fund of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund.

Hartman@Home programing is offered free and open to anyone who wishes to learn with us. To support future programming like this, please consider making a donation to the Shalom Hartman Institute.

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Donniel Hartman talks about places in the Jewish tradition that make room for pluralism

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Sometimes one may feel challenged to share aspects of their own faith traditions that do not easily reconcile with people of other faiths.

Videos from all sessions

Feb 24, 2021

Christian theological engagement with rabbinic literature yields new questions about the relationship between Israel and the Church, and the significance of Torah for Christians.

Feb 18, 2021

Although Jews and Christians share common books—the Jewish Tanakh and the Christian Old Testament—we read our shared stories in different ways.

Feb 18, 2021

Yossi Klein Halevi discusses his year-long journey into the faiths of his Muslim and Christian neighbors.

Feb 17, 2021

Sometimes one may feel challenged to share aspects of their own faith traditions that do not easily reconcile with people of other faiths.

Feb 17, 2021

How does Zionism inform, complicate, and challenge the interfaith encounter?

Feb 17, 2021

What happens when our religious discourse is rooted in elements other than faith and God?

Feb 16, 2021

The Min HaBe’erot program trains Israeli Jewish and Arab educators to better understand their own tradition and that of the other.

Feb 16, 2021

Yehuda Kurtzer, Ross Douthat

A conversation about how increased religious and political partisanship has affected interfaith conversations, with Yehuda Kurtzer and Ross Douthat

Feb 16, 2021

Why does some dialogue between people of different religious commitments succeed and others fail? And what does it mean for interfaith dialogue to be successful?

Feb 16, 2021

While Jews and Christians are said to share common scriptures, their respective interpretations of those scriptures sharply disagree.

Feb 16, 2021

Understanding and appreciating the difficulties that arise when one culture makes an honest attempt to understand another.

Feb 15, 2021

Panel on how race shapes interfaith conversations and how Black faith communities are relating to racial justice movements.

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