Interfaith Conversations

As we talked about last Tuesday, the emergent conversation is very young. Despite what's been accomplished so far we have a lot to learn about how to involve more people in the conversation and to deal with challenges to the generative nature of the conversation. In an effort to do that next months conversation (Oct. 28) will include a number of people involved in interfaith work between Muslims and Christians. We'll post more details and the location as we get closer.

To kick of the conversation and get to know the landscape a little bit better we plan to go to a movie with some new friends from the Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta. We have 25 free tickets to see the October 4, 4:50pm showing of Allah Made Me Funny at the Midtown Art Cinema These tickets are free as part of a generous donation to the 20,000 Dialogues project. If you plan on coming please send an email with your name and how many are coming here.

I'll be updating this post with additional information as the weekend gets closer. If you know of anyone who should be part of our upcoming conversation please invite them to come to the movie and to our Oct. 28 meeting. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me via the email link above. We look forward to seeing you this weekend.


William Cordis

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