Interfaith America with Eboo Patel

Interfaith America with Eboo Patel

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How does our religious understanding of the world inform how we live and work together? Host Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith America, speaks with a rotating guest list of civic leaders and bridgebuilders working in diverse sections of American civic life. Interfaith America with Eboo Patel is inspired by the Islamic concept of “Deen and Dunya” – Faith and the World – which has anchored Patel’s approach to building Interfaith America, the nation’s premier civic organization focused on the positive engagement of religious diversity. Patel, a renowned interfaith leader, will engage artists, intellectuals, civic leaders, and politicians, people with beliefs that range from spiritualist to traditionalist, all hoping to illuminate the connection between cosmic visions and concrete social change. This podcast was made possible by a generous grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.

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