In the context of sustainability, ReIReS stimulates the exchange between people of different religions: what do they encounter in the multi-religious society? And how can ReIReS support them? Yesterday a pastor and an imam discussed this. Continue reading “Pastor Meets Imam at Theological University”
The open access journal RiMe. Rivista dell’Istituto di Storia dell’Europa Mediterranea now published a selection of papers that were presented during the ReIReS workshop early 2019 in Rome on Religious Culture and Education in 20th and 21st Century Europe. Continue reading “Special Issue RiMe on Religious Culture and Education in 20th and 21st Century Europe”
The Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz has published the proceedings of the workshop The Practice of religious Toleration in Past and Contemporary Europe, September 2019.
Dealing with religious toleration includes dealing with refugees and migration. This is not a new phenomenon today, as became clear from the presentation made by Herman Selderhuis on Calvinist refugees in the 16th and 17th centuries, during the ReIReS workshop in Mainz.
Today’s ReIReS workshop organized by the Leibniz-Institute of European History in Mainz reflected on conflicts and peacemaking in order to learn from the decisions of the past as they have implications for the present.