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Christianity for Grown Ups

Adult Christianity “When I was a child, I thought like a child … but as an adult, I put away childish things.” The Apostle Paul. But what would an adult, mature Christianity look like today?


Muslim Holiday Calendar

Whether you are a Muslim needed to know to date of a holiday this year or simply need to know when your Muslim friends might be celebrating, our Muslim holiday calendar might come in useful …. with links to lots of additional information about Islam.  Check it out now.


Is Heaven Real?

What is Heaven? There are at least four major strands of thought in the Bible and in Christian tradition contributing to contemporary notions of heaven. We look at each.


Prayers for Peace

In a time of terror and war, prayers for peace arise from the lips of citizens in all countries and from adherents of all faiths. Here are just a few of our favorites.


What Would Muhammed Do?

What Would Muhammed Do? One Muslim’s response to the cartoon controversy. More About Islam


Paintings and Pictures of Muhammed

Paintings and Pictures of Muhammed In the context of yet another crisis following satirical treatment of Mohammed, it is often stated that paintings or other visual images of the Prophet are forbidden within Islam.  This view not withstanding, there is a rich history or art in which Muhammed is portrayed. We look at some outstanding examples.


Top Books about Islam

Need to know more about Islam than simply the date of a holiday …. we have the essential information about one of the world’s great religions here, as well as an easy way to get the greatest and latest books about Islam.  All about Islam  


Islam and Conversion

A good article from the Economist on Muslim attitudes toward conversion This article shows how Islam regards conversion and how troubling it is for the religion. You might want to read some of the readers’ responses, too, to see how people understood the issues raised.