Category Archives: Tradition and Pluralism

No Compulsion in Religion: The Challenge of Faith and Freedom

We live in a multi-faith society. Yet, historically, our faith traditions have not taught us how to let others be themselves. Accordingly, compulsion has become a default stance. It’s important to remember that there are teachings in our traditions which … Continue reading

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2015 Harrisburg 9/11 Commemoration

Rev. James Jackson, Rabbi Carl Choper, Qassim Rashid and Mayor Eric Pappenfuse Harrisburg 9/11 Commemoration Goodwin Memorial Baptist Church September 10, 2015  

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The Constitution framers wanted religious freedom for all not state sponsored religion

Not only is it not for the House of Reps to declare anything to be the word of God or or declare any Scripture Holy or call for the application of the teachings of any scripture other than the laws … Continue reading

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