Quaker Universalist Voice

Speaking truth in the global public square…

Topic: Interfaith

The Genius of Judaism

by Bernard-Henri Lévy – A review

The Genius of Judaism , by Bernard-Henri Lévy, translated by Steven B. Kennedy (Random House, 2017) From the publishers blurb: “Bernard-Henri Lévy has been a singular figure on the world stage—one of the great moral voices of our time. Now Europe’s foremost…

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Open Theology

A peer-reviewed, open access journal

Open Theology is an international Open Access, peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes research articles of established and emerging scholars in the field of religion, relevant from academic and practical points of view addressing religion in its various forms…

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Religion and Violence

Badshah Khan and Sayyid Qutb

People in the traditions of Christianity and Islam have partial experiences of both violent and peaceful conducting of conflict. Neither is perfect. Neither community is clean or clear from bad motives, fringe renegades and duplicity. Yet both communities have internal resources…

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The Salvation of Aliens

Reflections on Saving the Original Sinner by Karl Giberson

Two Christian theologians discuss, given God’s plan of salvation from the Christian tradition, whether aliens on another planet will need their own separate savior or whether Christ will be the savior for the whole universe. One theologian argues that aliens would need a savior…

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