Inter-faith Pedagogy for Muslims and Christians: Scriptural Reasoning and Christian and Muslim Youth Work

Published By: The Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme Written By Tom Greggs University of Chester Introduction The University of Chester offers unique faith-sensitive provision for Youth Work training. Alongside an established course in Christian Youth Work, September 2007 saw the introduction of Britain’s first Muslim Youth Work Course, which is professionally (JNC) accredited by the National Youth […]

Anti-Islam Video Does Not Represent Coptic Community

BROOKINGS – September 16, 2012 http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2012/09/16-antiislam-video-hellyer?cid=em_fp100112 By H.A.Hellyer – Nonresident Fellow of Foreign Policy, Saban Center for Middle East Policy, U.S. Relations with the Islamic World   Last Monday, only a few people knew about an obscure anti-Islam video produced in the U.S. Today, people around the world are aware of it. The video sparked […]

Religion, Revolution and Two Languages

June 27th, 2011, by William F. Vendley   By William F. Vendley New York The elderly Venerable Tep Vong, the Supreme Patriarch of the Buddhist community in Cambodia, traveled to Jaffna in Sri Lanka in the midst of the recent civil war.  In a broken city under siege, he joined others — Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims […]

The Sacred and the Secular: Promoting Muslim Democracy

June 2nd, 2011, by Asef Bayat   Asef Bayat Urbana-Champaign, Illinois The presence of religion in public space challenges our ideas about the roles of faith in our lives and politics. Over the last centuries, proponents of secularization have claimed that as societies modernize, the role of religion in public and private life diminishes. For […]