Sermons tagged with ‘Interfaith’

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Love Wings

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Interfaith work is authentic, in my opinion, only to the degree that we can be changed by the encounter. Otherwise it’s just talking heads. To enter into interfaith activity or any kind of faith activity we must be vulnerable enough to know that that activity may change us in significant and important ways. And only then is it an interfaith activity. And so, yes, I have been changed this past year in my engagement with Islam and the trip to Arbaeen and the work about that.

But that shouldn’t be unusual. We should all be engaged in that in some form or another wherever we are on our path. I find that a fruitful thing to make me, I would hope, a better Christian. In fact, I think there are very exciting things between Christianity and Islam that is worth all of us to explore.

Mary: A Bridge Between Faiths

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December 16, 2018 Our guest was Sheikh Ramadhan Mufakkir Abdullah. He preached about the status of Mary in the Quran. Sheikh Ramadhan Abdullah was born and raised in the US territory of St Thomas in the Virgin islands. His immediate and extended family live in the US Virgin Islands, in Puerto Rico and in the […]