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2014-09-11
September 11: A Faith-Based Initiative

September 11 (2001) It was on this date, September 11, 2001, that four US planes were hijacked, turned in flight, and crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, into the west wall of the Pentagon in Washington DC, and into a rural Pennsylvania field, in a suicide attack on […]

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2014-06-07
June 7: Muhammad

"It was not the religion of Islam that was disseminated by the sword, but political sovereignty."

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2011-07-16
July 16: Escape into Religious History

Muhammad's Hegira (622) It was on this date, July 16, 622, by tradition and on the Western calendar, that Muhammad's hegira (or hijra, هِجْرَة) occurred — that is, his flight from Mecca to Medina (then called Yathrib) in order to escape persecution and found a community of believers. History shows the event taking place in […]

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2010-10-15
Burn a Koran!

Burning a Koran is pointless. I don’t say it’s wrong or insulting – because feeling wronged or insulted is a choice – it’s just pointless. You can’t change beliefs by charring books.

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Ronald Bruce Meyer

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July 28: Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach

Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach (1804) On this date, July 28, 1804, the German philosopher Ludwig Andreas von Feuerbach was born in Landshut in Bavaria. As a young student of Hegel at Heidelberg, Feuerbach wrote to a friend, "Theology I can bring myself to study no more. I long to take nature to my heart, that […]



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