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Religious Freedom, Pluralism, and Expression: Overview of Religion and Ethics (Part 1)

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For the benefit of our college faculty: When you yourself teach young people, what works best, from your own experiences as a religious leader, in terms of bringing intercultural understanding about/between/among people of different faiths? How best do we bridge religious divides? M. Christian Green of The Center for the Study of Law and Religion at Emory University defines religious pluralism as having inclusive principles that should be incorporated into classrooms, presents numerous resources for determining trends in religion and secularism, and describes the intersection between religion, ethics and law.