Our take: Heres a story about a Chicago-based organization called the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) that has refined talking about faith into something between an art and a science, demonstrating how to bring college students together across faith and belief lines so that they develop greater respect, comfort and appreciation for one another and their traditions.
Is there a way to overcome religious intolerance?
In the United States, the question holds special significance for the simple reason that American society is highly religious and highly diverse and on matters concerning faith considerably more politically polarized than a quarter-century ago.
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