To Pray or Not to Pray? Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association at the University of Saskatchewan hosted multi-faith discussion

Source: thestarphoenix.com

Umair Khan, Islam
Photograph by: Gord Waldner, The Starphoenix Photos , The Starphoenix

The question of whether prayer belongs at public, non-religious events is still stewing in Saskatoon (Canada).

On Wednesday the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association at the University of Saskatchewan hosted To Pray or Not to Pray, a panel event that gathered representatives from seven different belief systems to discuss the role of prayer in modern society.

The StarPhoenix asked some of the panellists about the local debate over public prayer.

Here are their responses: …continue reading at thestarphoenix.com

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