Daniel Gloor in Malaysia: In touch with the world's religions

Students at graduation ceremony at the theological seminary in Sabah, Malaysia.

Students of Sabah Theological Seminary (STS) sing at the graduation ceremony. Photo Daniel Gloor

Daniel Gloor works as a theology lecturer in Malaysia. The coexistence of different religious groups is a central theme in his everyday life. He teaches the subject "World Religions" at the Theological Seminary in Sabah and experiences there that his students are sometimes afraid to deal with other religions. They fear that studying other religions could "contaminate" their faith. In his latest Newsletter Daniel Gloor reports on his experiences with such topics and shows how important it is to train and accompany prospective theologians in a well-founded way.

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