Interfaith Appreciation – Judiasm
Culture / Sam Toller

Interfaith Appreciation – Judiasm

  Although inherently skeptical of religion, I have always firmly associated it with charitable giving. Growing up with Ned Flanders, I have always known Christianity to be a charitable faith. Conversations with friends have illustrated to me the generosity embedded in Islam. And I am now familiar with Tzedakah; the Jewish obligation of charitable giving. … Continue reading

Interfaith Appreciation – Christianity
Culture / Sam Toller

Interfaith Appreciation – Christianity

In this six part series our non-religious Interact Blogger Sam Toller delves deeper into the major world religions and discusses specific aspects within each of these faiths that he personally admires. This week: Christianity. Christmas is a festive period of rest, good food, family and presents for many. The good spirit within the community, as … Continue reading