Rabbi’s cause gains Muslim support


Under the heading “Called to Be Neighbors and Witnesses: Guidelines for Interreligious Relationships,” the United Methodist Book of Resolutions states that effective dialogue between people of different faiths requires “mutual acceptance, openness, and respect.” At an advisory board meeting of OCU’s Wimberly School of Religion, we learned of this call being put into practice by board members Rabbi Vered Harris and Dr. Imad Enchassi, as told in this story. OCU is one of 119 United Methodist-related schools in the nation.

Read the story by Carla Hinton, The Oklahoman

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