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Future of Islam and Hinduism in face of secularization

Moderately pious scholars  have tried to refute in subtle ways the divisive currents in each faith , so there are still elements of sanity in the neglected traditional world. 32 more words

Sufi Spirituality

Review of a year with Interfaith Scotland Part 2

Last week I looked back onto the first half of my internship with Interfaith Scotland and Interfaith Glasgow. Today I’m looking back on the second half. 1,525 more words

Travel As An Act of Religious Bridge-Building

“As a foreigner, by simply asking questions or socializing with people of different cultures and religious heritages, you have an opportunity to be a bridge-builder. By asking them to help you understand their cultural and religious practices in a larger national and international context, you are asking them to step outside themselves. 44 more words

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Review of a year with Interfaith Scotland Part 1

11 months ago I arrived in Scotland. It was the beginning of an exciting, interesting, instructive and intense time. In today’s blog I want to review the first half of my time here in Scotland. 734 more words

Condemnations to Hell Can Be Avoided By Interfaith Dialogue

Condemning people to burn in hell who don’t happen to share your religion is a time-honored tradition. More than 123 religious wars have been fought throughout human history, not to mention thousands of years of discrimination against religious minorities. 250 more words

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A Neighborly Faith

Recently, I had the privilege of appearing on the Neighborly Faith podcast with Kevin Singer and Chris Stackaruk.  They are involved in a great project helping evangelicals engage the world around us.  29 more words

Islam is the middle path between monasticism and phariseeism

Tank McNamara

“Sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than a whisky bottle in the hand of (another)… There are just some kind of men who — who’re so busy worrying about the next world they’ve never learned to live in this one, and you can look down the street and see the results.” ― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird… 41 more words

Dialogues With Secularists/modernists