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FoL Newsletter Excerpts by Margaret Lawson (1974-1989)

1989

In September the Canterbury Festival of Faith and the Environment took place in and around Canterbury Cathedral. It was attended by devotees of all the main religions, which was objected to by some 'Christians'. How sad! The environment, along with its inhabitants, is a concern common to all religions, and forms a link between them. There is no room for the sin of arrogance which believes that one religion is better than another. Indeed, we can all learn from one another. Love is the golden core of all religions and must embrace all creation, human, animal and environmental, as the Fellowship of Life has been saying for a goodly number of years. No matter how great our knowledge of the scriptures or of our faith, we are nothing if we do not love. Also, the coming together of the different world faiths to work for peace and the environment is surely an example of how all religions can work together."

See: (Transitional) FoL Newsletter - 1990

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