Whenever I groan within myself and think how hard it is to keep writing about love in these times of tension and strife which may, at any moment, become for us all a time of terror, I think to myself: What else is the world interested in? What else do we all want, each one of us, except to love and be loved, in our families, in our work, in all our relationships? --Dorothy Day

A Common Word Between Us & You

A Common Word Between Us & You

Nov 19, 2007-- An open letter from 138 prominent Muslims - including imams, ayatollahs, grand muftis, sheikhs, and scholars - said "the future of the world depends on peace between Muslims and Christians," indicating a concern that tensions between the two faiths are in danger of spiraling out of control. The 29-page document, "A Common Word Between Us and You," calls for Muslim-Christian dialogue, prompting several Christian leaders including the Archbishop of Canterbury to respond immediately and positively. As this Christian Science Monitor article shares, in the United States, leaders are hastening to develop a common response and lay the groundwork for a joint gathering. (1857 reads)


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