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lefthomebottomStuart Dauermann, (PhD, Intercultural Studies), the Director of Interfaithfulness, is an Interfaith Futurist. For nearly fifty years he has used a wide variety of approaches to provide new perspectives to assist people living at the intersection of the Christian and Jewish worlds. This has included composing and performing music, writing, teaching, public speaking, founding institutions, and hosting a weekly radio program, “Shalom Talk: Conversations for Change.” Fifty years of constantly evolving. Read More.

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