Peggy Morgan: An Interfaith Colleague
This contribution, while acknowledging Peggy Morgan’s creative approach to teaching world religions by encouraging students to meet members of those religions and her recognition of the importance of ‘spiritual experience,’ concentrates on her active participation in establishing an International Interfaith Centre in Oxford, of which the purpose and activities are described, and my co-operation with her in editing a book for students about the ‘Declaration Toward a Global Ethic,’ which was adopted at the Parliament of World Religions, held in Chicago in 1993.
Keywords: Interfaith; Global Ethic; Parliament of Religions; World Congress of Faiths;Oxford.
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