Faith Line Protestants is Re-Launching Today

Blog seeks to continue dialogue around Christians and interfaith cooperation

Faith Line Protestants (FLP), a blog founded by Greg Damhorst and Cameron Nations, will re-launch after nearly nine months of inactivity on July 1, 2013. The re-launch will include a newly designed website as well as three additional regular contributors: Amber Hacker, Director of Alumni Relations at Interfaith Youth Core, Rachael McNeal, Programming Coordinator at University of North Florida’s Interfaith Center, and Anne-Marie Roderick, a Master of Divinity candidate at Union Theological Seminary. FLP seeks to encourage Evangelical Christians toward relationships with people of other worldviews and faith traditions through social action based on shared values reflected in Jesus’ example of compassionate love. In addition to acting as a resource for Evangelicals seeking to engage in interfaith activities and those not yet convinced that interfaith cooperation is worthwhile, FLP also hopes to act as a resource for anyone interested in interfaith engagement and the role of Evangelicals in the Interfaith Movement. “The involvement of Christians, especially Evangelicals, in the interfaith movement has been a perpetual hot topic in Christian communities as well as among interfaith organizers,” said Greg Damhorst, one of the website’s founders. “The FLP panelists are able to draw on their own extensive experience in interfaith organizing to facilitate a dialogue about the how and why of Christians and interfaith.” The blog will feature posts by the five regular contributors – Greg, Amber, Rachael, Anne-Marie and Cameron – as well as guest pieces from bloggers of various religious and secular identities. For more information and to explore an archive of writing, visit www.FaithLineProtestants.org. You can subscribe to Faith Line Protestants or like Faith Line Protestants on Facebook for more information on the July 1 re-launch. Questions and interview requests can be directed to mail@faithlineprotestants.org. (Photo used with permission from Faith Line Protestants.)

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