Like Paul, military chaplains must sometimes be “all things to all people,” welcoming and praying with people of many faiths, an Army chaplain says. Hospitality to the other never distracts from the one who directs her path.
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At a time of increasing religious violence, an Episcopal priest recalls a long-ago visit to the Sikh Golden Temple in northern India, where radical hospitality forever shaped her vision of Christian community.
The global church is one in which Christians are both connected to and conscious of other faiths and denominations, says a Georgetown scholar of religion.
Prejudice against Muslims has a long history in the West, says a British legal scholar. Personal contact is the antidote, and churches have a crucial role to play in making those contacts, she says.
What does Jesus say to us who say we follow him?
A patient and pain-staking word, rather than a quick try for a satisfying one, brings greater wisdom and peace.