"Where Was God on 911: A Rabbi, A Pastor and a Muslim Cleric." Podcast: Live At Hales Segment 3 of 3

CW WTC This week marked the fifth anniversary of 911, one of the most horrific events in modern history. Where was God: On 911? (Segment 3 of 3) During the Holocaust or Katrina? Rabbi Mark Glickman (Congregation Kol Shalom and Congregation Kol Ami), Reverend Earl Palmer (University Presbyterian Church) and Hisham Farajallah (President of the Islamic Center of Washington) discuss the imponderables that cause us to either lose or deepen our faith in God.


6 Responses to “"Where Was God on 911: A Rabbi, A Pastor and a Muslim Cleric." Podcast: Live At Hales Segment 3 of 3

  1. Listen ing to all 3 speakers, the similarities, the common thread of an all-powerful, loving God is striking and inspiring. How can we build on these comonalities? To promote hope, grace, forgiveness and ultimately love?

  2. How does Islam explain "suicide bombings" as justified in the name of Allah? How does Islam explain individual accountability with regards to the individuals who consider themselves martyrs for their belief? How does suicide by martyrs fit into the idea of predetermination of when we die?

  3. For Hisham- Please comment on Robert Spencer's book "Jihad Watch" in which he talks about the Koran's instruction to "kill the infidels" as a basis for the atrocity of 9/11.

  4. For Hisham – as a Muslim are you worried that Christian conservatives want to turn the US into a Christian Theocracy?

  5. Do you think that Islamic extremism will be overcome? What do you think the world will look like in the next 20 years?

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