‘Let us compete in doing good’: Turkish author’s explorations bridge religious differences with ‘The Islamic Jesus’

Why does the Qur’an praise Mary, the mother of Jesus, as a “woman above all women”? Why does it venerate Jesus as “the Messiah,” and even “the Word of God,”
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EMU preps multi-talented Chilean alumni for doctoral religious studies, peacebuilding dialogue in the Jewish community

When Channah Fonseca-Quezada and David Quezada talk about their personal journeys that have merged and taken them from their native Chile to the United States and now to Canada, one
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100 Years of the Arts at EMU

Students entering Eastern Mennonite University today may not realize that in their grandparents’ generations, this institution offered one music option: Singing, usually in four-part harmony, a cappella hymns only. For
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Alpacas, Los k’ana Wawakuna and hilltop singing: Shenandoah Valley Children’s Choir visits Peru

Nice alpaca? Ernesto. Mean, spitting alpaca? Pancho. Ice cream? “Best ever.” Hamburger? “Peculiar-tasting.” Dogs? 1,186. Cats? “About 4.” Humor, food notes, marvel and occasional touches of homesickness thread the reflections
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