Learning from our Muslim neighbors during Ramadan

As I often say, as followers of Jesus, we have no choice but to move toward relationships with those who are marginalized, dehumanized, and in need of love. We don’t compromise our faith by hanging out with people we may or may not agree with. No, in fact, we reflect the very best of our faith.

From Jon Huckins at Sojourner’s God’s Politics blog: http://sojo.net/blogs/2013/07/29/ramadan-shared-table-and-following-jesus

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2 thoughts on “Learning from our Muslim neighbors during Ramadan

  1. Johan Aslim

    A great effort of interfaith understanding between Christianity and Islam is the Halal Monk project. It collects the conversations of a Jonas Yunus, a Christian theologian with influential spiritual leaders and important artists of the Muslim world.

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