Interfaith tolerance

Muslim community holds interfaith symposium

Source: Democrat and Chronicle.com Down the street from the Rochester International Airport, where individuals from all corners of the world cross paths , a diverse group gathered to discuss the crossing paths of different religions and the role of faith in society. A banner printed “Love for all, Hatred for […]

What Really Happened When Muhammad Met Jesus?

Source: Huff Post By Kemal Argon Christians are directly concerned with and interested in the prophetic biography of Jesus Christ. Muslims are directly interested in the prophetic biography of the Prophet Muhammad and following his example. Muslims believe that both of these Prophets, Muhammad and Jesus, actually met each other. […]

Interfaith Symposium Do We Need Organized Religion?

Source: http://www.tsinai.org The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is a dynamic, fast-growing international revival movement within Islam. Founded in 1889, the Community spans 200 countries with membership exceeding tens of millions. Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA, established in 1920, is the first American-Muslim organization. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community is the only Islamic organization to believe […]

University where 20% of students are Muslim considers alcohol-free zones

the guardian A London university is considering establishing alcohol-free zones on its campuses because so many of its students consider drinking to be immoral. Professor Malcolm Gillies, vice-chancellor of London Metropolitan University, said the selling of alcohol was an issue of “cultural sensitivity” at his institution where a fifth of students are Muslim. Speaking […]

Do We Really Need Beliefs?

Huff Post By John Backman: Writer and principal, The Dialogue Venture We know very little about God. This is hardly a new idea. Most of the best-known faith traditions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism, view God as utterly shrouded in mystery. The traditional Christian belief about God — one essence, […]