Interfaithism

I get invited to lots of "interfaith" events. Most are mislabeled--they aren't really interfaith, they are "multifaith", as Ed Stetzer recently put it.  (I usually start my talks by asking if there are any "interfaith" people there--and there usually isn't anyone.) I suppose people like the word interfaith because it doesn't sound very threatening. It … Continue reading Interfaithism