I was honored to be invited to Middle Collegiate Church to pray on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2012. During that time, they made a short video of the power of faith to change things that I participated in. The video is below:
Vicious, bloody thing it is. Read it here yourself.
Sorry folks. I was on the extremism panel (not as an extremist) and I ditched the Imam’s Circle. For various reasons, I actually didn’t say much on the panel, but the main presenter, Aftab Malik, was quite good. I’ll develop some of the thoughts I had in a separate post. I didn’t attend the Imam’s Circle because I thought its composition reflected the tendency to construct, however inadvertently, a homogeneous face of Islam, particularly in its lack of Shi’ah representation. Technorati Tags: MLT
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