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Seventh-day Adventist leaders and Hindu statesman Zed engage in dialogue.

Nevada (US), May 31 (ANI): Hindu statesman Rajan Zed and Seventh-day Adventists are thinking to work together on issues of common interest.

Zed, who is president of Universal Society of Hinduism, and who had a dialogue with some of the leaders of Seventh-day Adventist Church at their world headquarters in Silver Spring (Maryland, USA) on May 25, says that they are thinking to have further dialogue and might cooperate on common causes.

Rajan Zed met with Michael Lee Ryan, General Vice President of Seventh-day Adventist Church; Dr. John Graz, Secretary General of International Religious Liberty; and Dr. William G. Johnsson, Assistant to the President for Interfaith Relations.

Numbering around 16 million with about 66,000 churches in 203 countries, Seventh-day Adventists, a Christian denomination, accept the Bible as their only creed. Norwegian-born Jan Paulsen is president. Hinduism, oldest and third largest religion of the world, has about one billion adherents and moksh (liberation) is its ultimate goal. (ANI)

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Date:May 31, 2010
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