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Our Inescapable Network of Mutuality...

Amidst the cacophony of all that I am reading, hearing, and taking in response to the verdict in the Ferguson Grand Jury deliberation,–which I am, like many of us, just barely beginning to sort through–I have little, if anything, different or new to say. 904 more words

Smith College

We All Own a Small Portion of the Truth

I was browsing YouTube today when I came across a wonderful video of Karen Armstrong called “Author Karen Armstrong’s Thoughts on God.” In it, she speaks on the nature of God and shares that in her view, no one person or one religion can own the totality of truth. 234 more words

Written Reflections

Words of Wisdom

Thursday, November 20, Interfaithful Moms will examine how stories impact our understanding of wisdom. What makes a mother wise? What does modern culture tell us equates to wisdom? 111 more words

Iowa City

What Happened at the National Cathedral Last Friday?

Gates of Vienna, by Baron Bodissey, Nov. 17, 2014:

On Friday November 14, 2014 the Episcopal Church in the United States hosted an “ecumenical” Muslim prayer service at the National Cathedral in Washington D.C. 756 more words

Counter Jihad Report

On the Question of Whether Jesus was a "Jew"--pt. 3

By Richard Edmondson

Below is the third installment of Benjamin Freedman’s 1954 letter on the question of whether Jesus should be referred to or regarded as a “Jew.” If you haven’t read the first two parts, I strongly encourage you to do so. 6,724 more words


How Do We Counter Religious Extremism?

On Thursday evening, I attended an interfaith clergy dinner that featured four panelists who each answered the question, “How do we counter religious extremism?” I thought the panelists offered great answers to this question, so I’ve decided to share their wisdom here.  638 more words

Written Reflections

Watch: Gohmert Speaks Out On Islamic Prayer Service Held at the National Cathedral

100 YEARS AGO: Last Caliph Publicly Calls for War Against Infidels

Published on Nov 14, 2014 by GohmertTX01

Rep. Louie Gohmert (TX-01) spoke on the House floor today about the DC’s National Cathedral hosting of a Muslim prayer service on the anniversary of when the last Caliph declared war against the infidel. 38 more words

Muslim Brotherhood