The Koran is believed to be the immutable word of God, and so, unlike the Bible, cannot be seen historically
Topic: interreligious dialogue
The documents of Vatican II did address Islam in passing, though they seem a little optimistic now
Though it has been several months since the riots in Egypt that left more than 800 dead and 5,000 injured, the country remains in flux
It’s about building ‘fraternity and peace’: anything wrong with that?
The Pope and other religious leaders will make speeches and sign a commitment to peace when they meet at Assisi in October
Bishop Fellay points to problems created by John Paul II beatification and interreligious gathering in Assisi
We weren’t wrong to begin dialogue, but it seems now to have gone as far as it can
If there are any ‘moderate Muslims’ around, let’s hear from them
Boycott by scholars in Egypt comes after Pope Benedict XVI’s remarks about anti-Christian violence
Or is it worth running the risk in order to unite the world’s religions in the cause of peace?