Message - Re: Inter-Faith centre ideas and program?

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Posted by  Herman on December 31, 2003 at 11:39:02:

In Reply to:  Inter-Faith centre ideas and program? posted by Manish Desai on December 29, 2003 at 07:32:26:

This idea of a inter-faith centre is very interesting. For me, I think faith lies in our own believe, in our heart. To have a building to address different faith is difficult. There are reasons why one follows one religion and not the other, it is because they believe; so to put all the religion under one roof is disrespectful to any religion. I think the closest building to be a inter-faith centre is the Pantheon built by the Roman emperor Hadrian. It is now a church, but its architecture reflects a purity that is not bound by any religion. Therefore a inter-faith centre should not be religious, but a space where people share peace with each other. Maybe every building should have a inter-faith centre, a non discriminative space. I think that inter-faith centre should be funded by everyone, from different religion, who believe in love and peace with each other.

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