American Christians and Islam:Evangelical Culture and Muslims from the Colonial Period to theAge of Terrorism

Before September 2001, many Americans may have believed that Islam and Christianity had gotten along peaceably since 1400 or so.


Sufi teacher Jamal Rahman has teamed up again with two friends, Jewish scholar Kathleen Schmitt Elias and Christian scholar Ann Holmes Redding, to write about the spiritual path in each tradition.

World of Faith and Freedom: Why International Religious Liberty Is Vital to American National Security

President Barack Obama couldn’t have been more explicit in his inaugural address. Moments into his young presidency, the Democrat let Muslims know that he wants to work with them to bring stability to the world.