I always miss the best ecumenical gatherings…

A symposium cosponsored by some of Chicago’s leading academic institutions and interfaith organizations was held last week with the hope of exploring and building solutions to “win the battle of peace and harmony.”

I’m most disappointed about missing the session on “Religious and Cultural Pluralism”… My favorite quote from the article: “Islamophobia, or Muslim enmity, has become a threat as big as anti-Semitism in the world”. It seems to me like we’re undergoing a Muslim affinity while it is anti-non-Muslimism that is the big threat…


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