November 27, 2021


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Who is without sin...  How do religions deal with guilt and forgiveness -

Who is without sin… How do religions deal with guilt and forgiveness –

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Departure to new circles. A Muslim woman, an Ethiopian Orthodox Christian, a Tibetan nun, a Catholic, and a rabbi express the importance of interfaith encounters, conversations and peaceful coexistence to them. They do so in part in their own language and writing to address members of their religious community. subordinate article He wants to create spaces in every issue so that mutual understanding and trust can grow.

interfaith sin. The ways of understanding differ in different religions. This statement may sound trite, but it is interesting to take a closer look. Author Christian Orch takes us by the hand and guides us through the paths that fork between karma, sin, and destiny.

Sola sriptura – An Islamic Reform Approach. noticeable Kerem Adeguzel and his book The key to understanding the Qur’an. Amira Hafner-Al Jabaji In her major review, she uncovers Adeguzel’s critique of the Muslims’ way of dealing with the Qur’an and the imitation of the prophets. Its theologically incorrect use is largely responsible for pervasive grievances and undesirable developments in religious thought and action in Muslim societies today. Adigüzel faces this with his reformist approach, which is worth considering. Similar to the principle of sola scriptura, anyone without the authority of the imams can find the key to understanding the Qur’an themselves. Reading is also useful for non-Muslims. “One gains insight into an ancient and important debate within Muslims that can contribute to a less militant Islamic debate in Europe,” said Amira Hafner al-Jabbaji.

God’s work. The article about Opus Dei’s silent and deceptive struggle against Catholic social teachings makes people stand up and take notice. NS article– Author Daniel Saudek demonstrates how “God’s Work” has been fighting for neoliberalism for years and serving as a storehouse for the rejection of social dogma.

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