This course serves as an overview of the multiple components of interfaith leadership. Students are introduced to the development and basic principles of interfaith work, dive deeply into the theological claims that guide individual engagement with the religious other, obtain first-hand experience working and serving across lines of religious difference, and examine various critiques of this particular form of engagement with religious diversity. The course looks at various local and national examples of interfaith dialogue as well as engage in a series of case studies.Humanities: Philosophical Inquiry