BY SASHA PETROVA
20 Mar, 2012
As the president of the Manningham Interfaith Network, he is the first to admit that his long-held beliefs are no more legitimate than those of his Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh or Buddhist neighbours.
“I think for far too long there’s been a level of suspicion between people of different faiths,” he says. “Our faith beliefs may vary but our core values and principles have many similarities.”
More "core values" at Melbourne Weekly