Religious Literacy

Friday 19th February 

‘Interfaith needs crisis to flourish’ was a comment that struck home for me. There is something powerful when the faith stand together against violence and atrocity. Yet, religious literacy tends to be stifled when we simple walk together and share platitudes. 

Speaking the kingdom of God slant, marks our differences and as Christians make our neighbour important as us ourselves. But without the background of the ‘Good Samaritan’ parable,  why do we try and be alongside our neighbour of differing colour or creed.

We were challenged to be separate yet involved and preachers of significance in our time and place. 

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