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03 April 2006

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Paul

Ray:

Jim Wallis is a great inspiration. Sojournors, Jim's organization, started as a Christian community living the gospel. (I see quite a few parallels with the Amida Shu.) The Sojournors community still exist and now they are a strong force in the US offering an alternative to the facist fundamentalist chrisitianity that is so popular these days.

I am not sure how Jim and Sojournors would react to working initimately with Buddhist. I think it would be worth exploring.

Paul

Rev. Dr. Stephen Albert

At a Religious Diversity Day seminar on Sunday 11/9 at the University of California at Irvine, "The Interfaith Manual" was selected as the book of choice by the professors from the various UC campuses teaching Interfaith and Comparative Religion. Your Interfaith group is noted in the back of this book. I am now working to expand the awareness of the manual being available to other colleges and universities. I hope you might be able to help me get this information to the right people. Thank you in advance for your support.
Blessings,
Steve

Rev. Dr. Stephen L. Albert
reboot@san.rr.com
858-487-8196
www.REBOOTonline.org

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