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Thomas Merton and Interfaith Dialogue
As 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Thomas Merton’s birth, Susanne Jennings highlights Merton in his interfaith context.
“A journey is a bad death if you ingeniously grasp or remove all that you had before you started, so that in the end you do not change at all.” 1,124 more words
HWPL held an interfaith Dialogue of Scriptures in Wellington, New Zealand
Representatives of Hare Krishna, Hinduism, and Christianity shared their scripture in one place.
Awareness created of unifying ideologies to end religious conflicts… 341 more words
Well, Allah for a start.
He has made it very clear that he “loveth not the unbeliever”. In fact he has created a purpose built torture chamber called Jahannam where all unbelievers, and a fair few believers, are to be treated very unpleasantly for a very long time, for eternity in fact. 2,201 more words