How do you commemorate Christian suffering without reawakening ancient hatred?
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are connected as older and younger siblings. It's an asymmetrical relationship.
Can the word God be separated from the particular tradition by which God is known? Christians have long answered this question both ways.
Europe and the Islamic World is a grandly ambitious attempt to sketch the interaction of faiths and regions from the seventh century to the present.
Historically, the region from the Danube to the Euphrates and from Belgrade to Baghdad is religiously complex. Our modern map is a product of decades of violence and ethnic cleansing.
Engagement in serious, respectful conversation with other religious traditions is important and urgent. Leo Lefebure details why it’s also difficult.
Kenyan Muslims are a marginalized minority. Many are concentrated in Coast Province, where unfair land distribution is a festering wound.