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Monday, August 13, 2007

Religious leaders’ love advice -- Faithwise Review of the Week

By Jennifer Derryberry Mann If your friends-and-family plan for dating advice isn’t as helpful as it used to be, consider going to someone with better connections…namely, your religious leader. If you’re a tad too shy to ask for love-life tips from yours, let us help you with this roundtable with these experts representing Christian, Muslim and Jewish perspectives:

Father Albert Cutié, president of Miami-based PAX Catholic Communications and author of Real Life, Real Love: Seven Paths to a Strong and Lasting Relationship
Ameena Jandali, a founding member of the Islamic Networks Group
Rabbi Sue Laikin Shifron, the executive director of the Hillel Center at Indiana University Continue Reading

  • Faith and punishment:
    In Islam, apostasy and faithlessness are sins, but they are not worldly crimes. Those who claim otherwise are making a mistake. There is a lot of confusion in the air regarding the thorny issue of conversion and "apostasy" in the Muslim world. From my secular position, freedom of conscience and belief are as close to sacred as my a-religious heart can muster. Despite what fanatical Muslims might claim, this is also the default Islamic position. To clear things up, Egypt's Grand Mufti, the country's second authority on Islam, Ali Goma'a, that Islam guarantees freedom of religion for its followers.
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  • Trail of Tears: History of Anti-God by reido @ Faith Commons
    "Reading "Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation", the author John Ehle comments that in part the natives were drawn to the white man for his trinkets, weaponry, technology. They did not know the cost." continue reading
  • California State Senate to open with Hindu prayer Saturday, August 11, 2007
  • Gujarat riots at Modi's behest: BJP leader Joydeep Ray, August 13, 2007 (Ahmedabad)
    In an indirect indictment for the first time, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi's once trusted lieutenant Govardhan Zadaphia, home minister during the Gujarat riots, has told NDTV that he was following the chief minister's orders during the infamous riots of 2002.
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