Published in 2007, Border and Bridges: Mennonite Witness in a Religiously Diverse World offered case studies of ways in which Mennonites have contributed to peacebuilding and reconciliation in multi-religious contexts, offering a theological rationale for interfaith collaboration. Ten years later, what does Mennonite interfaith engagement look like? What lessons have been learned? What relationships have been nurtured? This roundtable will consider these questions, offering reflections on Mennonite interfaith engagement from book editors and contributors, as well as from EMU faculty, staff, and friends, on how building bridges of practical interfaith collaboration in relief, development, and peacebuilding embody a vital form of Christian witness.
Sponsored by the Center for Interfaith Engagement.