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Multi-Faith Pluralism

Multi-faith pluralism means that all worldviews and wisdom traditions - including secular, humanist and atheistic ones - are included.  No one gives up her/his/their faith or identity, but all are challenged to recognize enough of one another's valid human claims to build relationships marked by curiosity, compassion, respect and nonviolence.

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The Unexamined Life is a 2012 documentary produced by Beloit alumnus Jesse Lopez-Cepero about the interactions between religious and secular students as a final project for Prof. Natalie Gummer's class "Secularity and Fundamentalism." In the class students studied interactions between secular and religious individuals in the United States, culminating with a project which studied their interactions on Beloit's campus.