Where Blacks and Whites Praise God Together

In this post I begin a CyberKen long term project of providing communities of faith a place to share with the world what they cherish about their particular way of worshiping and serving God. I have begun very close to home, with a church where I was privileged to serve as pastor, Hanover Street Presbyterian […]

Jesus, an Honored Muslim Prophet

A Muslim friend sent me a link to an article in the online Journal, The American Muslim, about how many Muslims honor Jesus as a prophet (though not the son of God, and not God incarnate). Under the stated purposes of The American Muslim one finds: . . . to provide a forum for and […]

Using the Internet for Interfaith Peacemaking

When worried American parents reported to authorities that their five sons had been missing for some time, and that they suspected they were intent upon joining militant jihadists in Pakistan, the American public was alerted to the danger of home-grown terrorism. Investigators discovered that in large part the young men were “radicalized” by Internet communications.  […]