Religion-Faith-Traditional Faiths

In today's world there are numerous religions, theological and philosophical movements, Hermetic groups and other non-religious movements, all of which have their individual teachings but which, on closer inspection, basically give identical interpretations for the same things and mention or celebrate the same persons as playing key roles.  In some respects the individual beliefs and traditions overlap and in the past this has been a source of conflict. We are now living at a time when there should be circles of unification that bring people closer to each other. In fact, humankind is now at such a level of development that there is an urgent need to unify our knowledge and teachings and integrate it with the phenomena within us and the universe at large.  No more misunderstanding and conflicts as in the past, so humankind can improve, unite and heal the past wounds correctly, timely and friendly with understanding and compassion. 
Our aim and goal is to promote and foster dialogue among religions, faiths & traditional faiths.
Religion; human beings' relation to that which they regard as holy, sacred, spiritual, or divine. Religion is commonly regarded as consisting of a person's relation to God or to gods or spirits. Worship is probably the most basic element of religion, but moral conduct, right belief, and participation in religious institutions are generally also constituent elements of the religious life as practiced by believers and worshipers and as commanded by religious sages and scriptures. 
Faith; inner attitude, conviction, or trust relating man to a supreme God or ultimate salvation. In religious traditions stressing divine grace, it is the inner certainty or attitude of love granted by God himself. In Christian theology, faith is the divinely inspired human response to God's historical revelation through Jesus Christ and, consequently, is of crucial significance.  Source; Encyclopedia Britannica.
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