We hope you’ll find this small selection of great publications a helpful resource in your service to the world!
The Journal of Inter-Religious Studies
The Journal of Inter-Religious Studies is a forum for academic, social, and timely issues affecting religious communities around the world. Published online, it is designed to increase both the quality and frequency of interchanges between religious groups and their leaders and scholars. By fostering communication, the Journal hopes to contribute to a more tolerant, pluralistic society.
The Interfaith Observer
The Interfaith Observer (TIO), launched on September 15, 2011, is a free monthly electronic journal created to explore interreligious relations and the interfaith movement as a whole. It provides historical perspectives, surveys current interfaith news, profiles major stakeholders, and otherwise provides maps and sign-posts for the different sectors of an emerging interfaith culture. It offers a context to explore and respond to the new religious world around us. TIO is designed as a resource for the general reader
Interreligious Insight: a journal of dialogue and engagement
Interreligious Insight is published 4 times a year by the World Congress of Faiths, Common Ground and the Interreligious Engagement Project. As a shared venture between three interfaith groups, it aims to transcend narrow interests by providing a platform for reflecting with passion on many of the critical issues facing our world.
Kosmos: Co-Creating the New Civilization
Kosmos is available in both digital and print formats. Their mission is to inform, inspire and engage individual and collective participation in a global shift that reconnects the objective world of global realities with the inner world of humanity’s highest principles: compassion, integrity, wisdom, and sharing. Spirituality, Economics, Governance, Law, Media and Business are some of this journal’s focuses.-
Tikkun: to heal, repair and transform the world.
Tikkun is a magazine dedicated to healing and transforming the world. It seeks writing that gives insight on how to make that utopian vision a reality. They build bridges between religious and secular progressives by delivering a forceful critique of all forms of exploitation, oppression, and domination while nurturing an interfaith vision of a caring society — one whose institutions are reconstructed on the basis of love, generosity, nonviolence, social justice, caring for nature, and awe and wonder at the grandeur of the universe. Tikkun brings together progressive Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist, Wiccan, secular humanist, and agnostic/atheist voices to talk about social transformation and strategies for political and economic democratization. Founding Editor Rabbi Michael Lerner.