Dialogue in conflict regions
House of One Ambassador and Archbishop of the Evangelical Baptist Church of Georgia, Malkhaz Songulashvili, is a tireless mediator of a peaceful dialogue between religions - both in Georgia itself and in the South Caucasus region. Apart from the exchange with different Muslim and Christian as well as Orthodox congregations and associations also regular discussions with Yezidi clergy belong to the important work of Bishop Malkhaz.
Together with Bishop Ilia Osepashvili he recently travelled to Iran and Iraq and met there with representatives of different religions. In addition to Muslims and Christians there were also meetings with Yezidi clergy in Lalish (Iraq).
The House of One cordially invites to a discussion evening with Bishop Malkhaz. In a lecture with subsequent discussions we will learn more about the situation of the faithful in the region and the interreligious dialogue.
Von der christlichen Kirche zum Drei-Religionen-Haus: Die Archäologin Claudia Melisch präsentiert die derzeit noch freiliegenden Fundamente der zu DDR-Zeiten abgerissenen Petri-Kirche in Berlin Mitte.Ausgrabung am Petriplatz
Digital world and religion, social media and faith, secular technology and divine spirituality.
Apparent contrasts or additions? Trend or future? Where is the House of One in this conflict and what is its task? What are current dangers, challenges and possibilities?
We are pleased to be able to engage in a panel discussion with important Jewish, Christian and Muslim representatives of the digital faith. We want to discuss these questions, which are also important for the House of One, with you:
70 years Basic Law, Art.4 - Freedom of religion: Jews, Christians, Muslims and Buddhists invite to common peace devotion and commemoration of victims of terror
Article 4 of the Basic Law says:
"The freedom of faith, conscience and the freedom of religious and ideological confession are inviolable. The undisturbed practice of religion is guaranteed".