Question of the week: What does Bahá’u’lláh mean?

Q: What does Bahá’u’lláh mean? A: Click here to find out. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders from these diverse faith communities will… Read More

Question of the week: Do Buddhists believe in God?

Q: Do Buddhists believe in God? A: Click here to find out. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders from these diverse faith… Read More

Question of the week: In which religious tradition did the following quote originate?

Q: In which religious tradition did the following quote originate? “God has no marks, no colour, no caste, and no ancestors, No form, no complexion, no outline, no costume and is indescribable.  He is fearless, luminous and measureless in might. He is the king of kings, the Lord of the prophets.  He is the sovereign… Read More

Question of the week: What solstice tradition involved tying the sun to a post so that it could not escape?

Q: What solstice tradition involved tying the sun to a post so that it could not escape? A: Click here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the… Read More

Question of the Week: Why do Jews eat foods cooked in oil on Chanukah?

Q: Why do Jews eat foods cooked in oil on Chanukah? A: Click here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious… Read More

Question of the week: Where did the tradition of Santa Claus come from?

Q: Where did the tradition of Santa Claus come from? A: Click here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders… Read More

Question of the week: How did the tradition of the Christmas tree start?

Q: How did the tradition of the Christmas tree start? A: Click  here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders… Read More

Question of the Week: What is the meaning behind the advent wreath?

Q: What is the meaning behind the advent wreath? A: Click  here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders from… Read More

Question of the week: Why does the bride circle the groom at a Jewish wedding?

Q: Why does the bride circle the groom at a Jewish wedding? A: Click  here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where… Read More

Question of the Week: What did the angel Moroni reveal on the hill Cumorah?

Q: What did the angel Moroni reveal on the hill Cumorah? A: Click  here for the answer. The IFLC would like to help foster our understanding of one another by using our newsletter as a forum for you to ask these questions. We want to share your questions anonymously within the framework of our newsletter where religious leaders… Read More