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Issues and Voices that Matter December 9, 2010

Commentary: Interfaith Cooperation

Commentary: Interfaith Cooperation

Dr. Joel Hunter, senior pastor at Northland a Church Distributed, describes how interfaith cooperation can lead to greater tolerance by building healing partnerships in our community without denying differences in basic beliefs. Feature length – 04:33


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One Response to “Commentary: Interfaith Cooperation”

  1. Rev. Greg Sahlstrom says:

    The National Association of Evangelicals’ motto of “Cooperation without compromise” sounds good, but cooperation almost always involves compromise. Pastor Hunter says that “cooperation requires…participating…without retreat from our basic beliefs,” but what about our non-basic beliefs? I have often engaged in respectful dialogue with people of other faiths. Some have become dear friends. But no doctrine that God has included in the Bible is optional. In Christian love let’s not disrespect or hate anyone, but let’s also keep everything Christ entrusted to us. (Matt 28:19)

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