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The events of September 11, 2001, forced many people from different religions to question the role of religion and especially of religious extremism. Decades have passed but the challenge remains: how do we relate and engage with our religious differences (and disagreements) in a way that de-escalates and undermines polarising tendencies? How do we affirm front and centre that all humanity are children of Adam and Eve?

Elul and Tishrei are the Jewish months that look at the birth of humanity and the time of rebirth and repentance. September is set aside as “the Season of Creation” in the Anglican and other churches.

How can our collective responsibility as inhabitants of Earth, created in the image of G-d, inform our religious conversations?

Join Rabbi Yonatan Neril and Reverend Canon Peter Houston in a conversation with Ilana Stein on interfaith relations and the power of nature to unite and heal.

Children of Adam and Eve

  • Ilana Stein with Rabbi Yonatan Neril and Reverend Canon Peter Houston

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