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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Koran class collapse?

Several days ago Fr. McGrath sent an e-mail about attending a 4 week class on the Koran and Islam being held somewhere in Seattle on Thursday evenings. The responses were interesting; several folks were interested but nearly all had conflicts. (For my part I was away at a conference, next week I'll be away again.)

I wonder if anyone went.

1 Comments:

  • At 1:17 PM, Blogger Anglican Parish Priest said…

    So far, we've had a class of 7, including 3 from Saint Bartholomew's and 4 who are friends of a parishioner of St. Bartholomew's. It is a very interesting class, and it is coming to the East Side of Seattle in the Fall. I highly recommend it to anyone. Not to deprive Pastor Marshall of his punchline, but he views the Koran (with John of Damascus, Hilaire Beloc, Chesterton, and others) as a revival of Christian Arianism. The Koran reads like the 3rd revision of the Bible: it's all about Jesus and who he "REALLY was", and not so much about Mohammed. Interesting!

     

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