There have been frequent propositions and calls in recent time that highlight the need for progressive religion in our midst. Yet there is hardly any serious attempt to define and conceptualize what constitutes a progressive religion. This session hopes to address the makings of a progressive religion. The absence of advocating progressive religion means that we allow the status quo unchanged, which in turn, could mean stagnation, if not regression of the religious thought, including its ethical system and its visions for humanity.