Salty water stings, but it also heals.
A dialogue on Judaism in relation to other religions
“It’s one thing to say you support a two-state solution. It’s another thing to go to Israel and study Judaism.”
He’s a powerful leader in the world’s largest Muslim nation—and he’s popular, too.
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are connected as older and younger siblings. It's an asymmetrical relationship.
Plenty of scholars have discussed interfaith relations in medieval Spain. What makes David Nirenberg's book distinctive is his emphasis on how each religion's self-image was shaped by its portrayal of the others.
Muslims have been in our town for a while, but the mosque is new. Last spring our church paid a call on our neighbors there.
Engagement in serious, respectful conversation with other religious traditions is important and urgent. Leo Lefebure details why it’s also difficult.
"Church of Pakistan college principal beaten," read the headline. I am that principal.