- of, operating, or occurring between persons belonging to different religions: an interfaith service.
Origin of interfaith
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Examples from the Web for interfaith
One is increasing the interfaith work that many in our community employ in hopes of reaching more people of other faiths.Why Muslims Hate Terrorism More
August 12, 2014
She strongly denied the assertion of some on the right that interfaith panel wants any mention of Islam removed from the exhibit.The 9/11 Museum’s Muslim Problem
April 29, 2014
Healthcare, hunger, homelessness, prison re-entry, and interfaith dialogue are all key areas plus more.Are We Ready for a Muslim Pres?
February 20, 2014
Or the time she participated in an interfaith prayer service on the 10th anniversary of 9/11.Can Nadia Bolz-Weber Resurrect Liberal Christianity?
Jonathan D. Fitzgerald
November 24, 2013
The priest, a big promoter of interfaith dialogue in Syria, was cheered upon his arrival in Raqqa.Killing the Peacemaker
August 15, 2013
A similar ban or check on interfaith, which often means international, marriages is found among sectarian immigrant groups.A Stake in the Land
Peter Alexander Speek
- relating to, between, or involving different religionsto forward interfaith relations
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Word Origin and History for interfaith
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