Jonah Haddad and Douglas Groothuis / CRI The word love is a staple of the English language. We “love” to speak of love, to reflect on love, and to enjoy love’s warmth. We write songs, poems, and books celebrating love’s overwhelming power. Yet the human obsession with love is by no means Continue Reading
Muslim millenial and single: A generation struggles to find love
By Abigail Hauslohner ANAHEIM, Calif. — Osman Aslam has tried the apps. On Minder, he wrote he enjoys hiking, going on long drives and spending time with his family. On Muzmatch, another option for Muslim singles, he described his ideal partner as well-educated, ambitious and funny. But Continue Reading
‘Love Thy Neighbor’ By Stephanie McCrummen
DAWSON, MINN. — The doctor was getting ready. Must look respectable, he told himself. Must be calm. He changed into a dark suit, blue shirt and tie and came down the wooden staircase of the stately Victorian house at Seventh and Pine that had always been occupied by the town’s most prominent Continue Reading
Video: Do America Christians Love Muslims?
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