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In religious pedagogy focused on teaching religious diversity, two approaches are usually discussed: multireligious learning and interreligious learning. Here, I will explore both approaches and argue why I think interreligious learning is to be preferred. Interreligious learning, however, can take many forms. In academia learning tends to be focused on an exchange of experiences and insights mediated by a joint reading of both scholarly and sacred texts. For various reasons, however, I have come to consider this approach to be too limited, and I wish to explore the possibility of moving beyond texts to include symbolic practices in interreligious education.