We share a world with people who hold beliefs that are different from ours. This simple truth has been apparent from the beginning of history, and yet humanity has never learned how to live together with complete harmony and respect. And things have gotten more tense in recent years. But Lutherans are helping lead the way through our Interreligious Task Force, which is working to present a draft interreligious policy statement at the 2019 Churchwide Assembly. Anticipating that statement, how might we all work for better relations with those of different faiths?
Download a study guide for “E Pluribus Unum Deus”: Out of many, one God,” which appeared in Living Lutheran’s June issue. The pdf contains five pages of study questions and a copy of the article.