- Abrahamic Partnerships in Pursuit of Peace. By Yehezkel Landau, Hartford Seminary.
- Abrahamic Alternatives to War: Jewish, Christian, Muslim Perspectives on Just Peacemaking. United States Institute for Peace. Special Report No. 214
- Dialogue or Conversion? An examination of Christian-Muslim eschatological texts and their potential impact on interfaith dialogue. Evan P. Anderson, Executive Director of the US-Iran Cultural Alliance. (You can also listen to Anderson’s interview titled “Christians, Shias and the End of the World” with Maureen Fiedler of Interfaith Voices.)
- The First Crusade, a timeline of events compiled by Vanessa Brake.
- Jewish – Muslim Relations in the 21st Century, by Yehezkel Landau
- Shi’ite Mahdism and Jewish Messianism: The Ambivalent Mingling of Piety and Politics. By Yehezkel Landau, Faculty Associate in Interfaith Relations- Hartford Seminary.
- Losing our Religion to Follow the Way and Life of Jesus, a sermon given by Rev. Canon Mary E. Haddad on March 15, 2009 at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, CA. Click here to listen to the audio/mp3 of her sermon>>
- Taming the Beast: Trauma in Jewish Religious & Political Life. By Sousan Abadian and Tamar Miller. Published Winter/Spring 2008 in Journal of Jewish Communal Service, vol 83, No. 2/3.
- By taking a look at Jewish religious and political like, the authors of Taming the Beast, aim to open up conversations about how historical collective traumas continue to shape the meaning we make of our individual and collective experience today. This, in the hope of eliciting thinking about how to rally the rich and abundant resources in religious traditions and rituals, as Muslims, Jews, and Christians each seek greater fulfillment, peace, and security. Taking a look at Jewish narratives – both generative and toxic — is a sample of the kind of work communities can do to heal old wounds. Some disempowering narratives are not totally false, which of course is the basis of their power. Understanding how trauma insinuates itself into religious and political life may inspire and guide our collective tasks in making the world a safer more joyful place.
- A Passover Seder Haggadah Supplement by Rabbi Michael Lerner. Visit the Network of Spiritual Progressives to learn more about his work.
- Towards a Jewish Theology of Nonviolence, by Aaron Hahn Tapper. Printed in Tikkun Magazine, Vol. 20 No. 2. Three prayers mentioned in article>>
- Islam: The International, Multi-cultural and Interfaith Religion, by Dr. Abdel- Rahman Ibrahim Mohamed. From the Boston Theological Institute Magazine, Spring 2010 issue.
- Using Qur’anic narratives in pursuit of peace, by Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf. Printed by Common Ground News Service, March 4, 2010.
- Global Unity or Chaos? A Special Report from The World Economic Forum, By Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz
- Seminary Education for a Threatened World, by Rabbi Art Green. From the Boston Theological Institute Magazine, Spring 2010 issue.
- Uncle Sam is No Imam, By Samuel Rascoff, The New York Times
- What does religion really mean today? Karen Armstrong, Sunday Forum at the Washington National Cathedral
- Working with Collective Trauma to Facilitate Peace, by Gina Ross, International Trauma-Healing Institute. Source: Common Ground News Service