Publication Date: July 2009
Publisher: National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (U.S.)
Author(s): Bradley Hirschfield
Research Area: Culture and religion
Keywords: Diversity; Community Relations; Holidays
Coverage: United States
In light of the emergence of interfaith holiday cards, the author discusses how and why some may see the cards as a form of syncretism. But her asserts that being able to represent two or more religions on one holiday card may represent how those of different religions have gained a sense of mutual respect and affection for one another to be able to break the boundaries between their seasonal celebrations.
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