One God, Many Paths?

After a long hiatus in which I traveled to Europe, the Middle East, and Nepal I wanted to inaugurate this new blog format with a blog from last year. In every country I visited I found that the classical forms of inter-religious dialogue, dialogue centered around the search to understand and respect the religious beliefs [Read More...]

The Arab Spring and the Islamists

To maintain its popular support the MB needs a constitution that will give it a practical mandate to govern a modern state. [Read more...]

One God, Many Paths?

And pluralist claims are simply another form of religious imperialism, colonizing the beliefs and practices of others into a religious description of reality they may not know or accept. [Read more...]

Of License Plates and the Slaughter of Cows

What happens when one religion’s ritual actions and public claims flatly assert that another religion’s ritual actions and public claims are worthless or false? [Read more...]

Shari’a in North Africa – Some Clarity Please

Neither ideology nor religion determine how a society works, that belongs to the people of that society alone as they interpret their beliefs into behavior. [Read more...]

Muslim and American – from the Fiqh Council of North America

The Fiqh Council of North America, which is the closest thing the Muslim Community in North America has to a body that speaks on on behalf of all Muslims, has issued the following statement. The meaning is clear. For the original go to: http://www.fiqhcouncil.org/ The demand for this didn’t come from American Muslims, who have [Read More...]

Muslims in America

These days if you feel like a stranger in a strange land, then you have in fact come home. [Read more...]

Of Prayer and Presidency and Dialogue

Help all Texans, and Americans, get to know their neighbors of different religions well enough to be able to work together for the common good. [Read more...]

Is God a Christian?

he has consistently confused universal human challenges with religious framings of those challenges, and the result is less than helpful. [Read more...]

Worldview, Attitude, and Discipleship

The problem with the concept of a Biblical worldview is that such a worldview never existed until it was constructed by 20th century evangelicals and the first 21st century pope. [Read more...]

The Biblical Worldview versus Modernity

. . . the spectacles of revelation can never fully cure our myopia. [Read more...]


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