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May 6, 2015
By bethmordecai
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DAY 1040: Previewing THURSDAY’S (7:30 PM) Adult Ed Judaism and Christianity: Learning From One Another

(5/6/15), One important takeaway I took from last week's Adult Ed lecture on Judaism and Islam is that there is good and there is bad in almost all relationships, especially in ones that span continents and centuries. Speaking in hyperbole, whether good or bad, is often unproductive because we lose the nuance -- the ability to hold multiple and perhaps conflicting truths together -- necessary for open and honest conversations about the future. If we close ourselves to only one worldview we won't be aware that...   The deceased former king of Saudi Arabia decided to break from Wahhabism and devote himself to interfaith dialogue... The leaders of the Palestinians still won't recognize Israel even in closed door meetings... A relatively unknown country[...]

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