Interfaith dialogue in America : a case study in Mormon-Muslim relations
Sage, Rachel Lee.
Thesis (M.A.L.S.)--Georgetown University, 2010.; Includes bibliographical references.; Text (Electronic thesis) in PDF format. The dynamic relationship between Mormons and Muslims serves as a unique example of how two religious minorities in America have come together to build bridges of understanding. While this may seem an unlikely pairing for inter-religious dialogue, Mormons and Muslims share many common bonds that help mend religious division and promote community awareness. Similarities such as the moral and ethical codes of the two religions as well as a lack of understanding among many Americans of their religious practices can help to bring Mormons and Muslims together in interfaith dialogue.
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