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Claremont School Embraces Multifaith Theological Education

The Claremont School of Religion opened the Claremont Lincoln University in fall 2011 as America’s first interreligious school of theology. Its mission is to train pastors, rabbis and, eventually, Muslim imams on one campus and to foster conversations between faith traditions based on common coursework and face-to-face interactions. In turn, experience in interfaith dialogue will help prepare clergy to lead congregations in the increasingly diverse American religious landscape. A seven-minute news video prepared by correspondent Saul Gonzalez for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly explores Claremont’s new direction and the doubts that are attending its inauguration. Transcript included.

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