Emily McFarlan Miller / RNS For evangelical Christians, the importance of evangelizing is right there in the name. But it’s not the best approach to building relationships with Muslims and people of other faiths, according to Matthew Kaemingk, assistant professor of Christian ethics at Continue Reading
He was a stranger next door. Then he gave him a kidney.
By Natalie Paddon, The Hamilton Spectator Their story began with a knock at the door and a gift of bottled water. It has become about so much more — a 65-year-old Afghan man and a 29-year-old Canadian man sharing meals, religion, culture, respect and now, almost unbelievably, a kidney. On Continue Reading
Hospitality and the Gospel: Loving my Muslim Neighbor
By Ashleigh Morgan One of my first encounters with Muslims was when I visited a mosque in New York City with a group from the International Mission Board during the month of Ramadan. We entered the mosque with the purpose of taking a tour and learning more about Islam. However, we were soon Continue Reading
Hospitality and Islam
By Dr. Colin Edwards Famously, hospitality is considered a key guide to moral behaviour in cultures where Islam is the dominant religion. From Morocco to south China and from the Kazakhstan to Nigeria, the mores of hospitality are important dynamics in shaping how individuals, families and Continue Reading