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The Causes of the Religious Revival: Emergence of a Faith and Development Dialogue and the Challenges of Fundamentalism and Terrorism for Development Institutions

August 6, 2004

In this speech delivered at the Couchiching Conference, Katherine Marshall explores the relationship between religion and development, specifically as it relates to poverty alleviation. Her speech, entitled "The Emergence of a Faith and Development Dialogue and the Challenges of Fundamentalism and Terrorism for Development Institutions," concludes with an appreciation and an openness to the ways in which faith and development can intersect and enhance one another. The most important next step is the cultivation of dialogue and relationships among secular and faith-based institutions.

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