One priest, two faiths, and lots of questions

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(UNDATED) Friday afternoons find the Rev. Ann Holmes Redding at the Al-Islam Center in Seattle, reciting Muslim prayers. Come Sunday, she heads about two miles south to kneel in the pews of St. Clement’s of Rome Episcopal Church. “My experience and my call is to continue to follow Jesus,” said Redding, an Episcopal priest for […]

  • Fredric Suresh

    Libralism is facinating. I suppose inclusiveness. However by including everything one excludes everything as the case in point of opposite visions of Jesus in Christianity and Islam. How could this priest compromise such conflicting beliefs?

    The good news however is that libralism has the seeds of its diminshing in itself. Such must be the hope the for the Episcopal church of the US.

    Fredric Suresh. Canada

  • I would like to draw your attention to a new scientific comparative analysis of the Bible and the Qur’an, titled Brothers Kept Apart, which is relevant to Rev Redding’s plight. It is perhaps the first comparative analysis of the Bible and the Qur’an, which assumes that both of the books are entirely correct. The study provides compelling evidence to show that there is harmony between the principal teachings of the Bible and the Qur’an, without compromising any of the teachings, or damaging the integrity of any of these verses in either book.

    Therefore, the priest should allowed to remain until the results of the study can be responded to. See for