Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue

The Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue is an online publication and discussion forum focused on religious and interreligious issues affecting world faith communities to facilitate more knowledgeable, respectful, and effective interreligious dialogue. The Journal, published online, facilitates expanded interaction between religious groups and their leaders and scholars; in order to maintain academic integrity, all articles undergo a double-blind peer review by academics, theologians, and non-profit leaders affiliated with the organization. Every month, the journal releases a series of "InterViews," op-eds written by religious leaders on inter-religious dialogue. The journal also contains a resource section on multiple forms of interreligious dialogue in the United States, worldwide dialogue, and in online forums. The Journal for Inter-Religious Dialogue was co-founded by Stephanie Hughes and Joshua Stanton in March 2009.

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Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue