Muslim Rage and Christian Arrogance:
A Time for Reason, Repentance and Dialogue


As people of faith Christians should not be afraid to enquire into the beliefs of people of other faiths. Not to do so is to admit that one is very smug in the parochialism of one’s faith and there is nothing else that one has to learn. The perception in a large section of the Christian community seems to be that if Christianity has said all that needs to be said about God, there is no need to agitate one’s mind about those who are damned and headed for hell in a basket.

This Christian fundamentalism is of course a perversion of the teachings of Christ. If “nine-eleven” has taught us anything then surely it is that we either live together in harmony as a people or we perish apart in hatred of each other. No one should have any doubt what the choice of a decent civilization should be, especially one built upon the foundations of the Judeo-Christian ethic of love.

About the Author

The Rev. Dr. Raulston Nembhard is a priest in the Episcopal Church. He has earned degrees from the University of the West Indies, Yale Divinity School and the Reformed Theological Seminary. He has also a trained Marriage, Couples and Family Therapist and is presently a Registered Intern in the State of Florida and a Supreme Court certified family and county mediator.

He is the author of two other books: You and your Neighbor in a Broken World and Muslim Rage and Christian Arrogance: A Time for Reason, Repentance and Dialogue.

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