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The Third Millennium and the Unity of Humankind

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At the beginning of the third millennium, with so many people in the world suffering from the negative effects of globalization and neoliberal capitalism, it is time for the world's religions to risk the "impossible possibility" of global interreligious community. God as such is a community of love, and God calls women and men to live lovingly. Actions of love are more important than doctrinal orthodoxy. The Hindu proverb, "let the world be healthy" is exactly right. The author proposes that there be established a "United Religious Organization" which will promote such a "healthy world."

Affiliations: 1: Niranam Diocese of the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church, Kerala, India


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