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How can Muslims and evangelicals work together?

In a couple of weeks, I’m speaking at Wheaton College – often known as the Harvard of Evangelical Christian schools … Continued

From fearing Islam to loving Muslims

Bob Roberts was converted in Afghanistan. That’s a long way from deep East Texas where he grew up. The Afghan … Continued

Intolerance and Islam since 9/11

Martin Luther King Jr. once said that time is neutral – it can be used either destructively or constructively. The … Continued

Fight Islamic extremism through integration

This week I got a report in my inbox about a group of young American Muslims who toured Washington D.C., … Continued

Six steps to real interfaith work

By Bob Robertspastor How can conservative Christians and Muslims build positive and productive relationships with each other without compromising their … Continued

Young Muslim voices: Taking back our religion

By Zeba IqbalExecutive Director of CAMP (Council for the Advancement of Muslim Professionals) In January, Dr. John Esposito of the … Continued

Balancing Faith, Secularism in Turkey

By James KidnerDirector of the Coexist Foundation As President Obama tries to define how the 21st Century can engage modernity, … Continued

Start by Listening to the Real Muslim World

President Obama seems to be starting off in a good direction with regards the Muslim world. In his first week … Continued

Interfaith? How about INTRAfaith?

At the end of this past school year, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown held … Continued

Learning for His Sake

I recently had a conversation with a friend about defending Islam, especially in public. My friend and I agreed that … Continued