September 9, 2011
What Have We Learned about Religion Post-9/11?
Elizabeth Tenety, Washington Post
An open bible fused into metal was found by a NY firefighter during the recovery phase at Ground Zero post-9/11. (Ira Block)
As the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11th attacks approached, On Faith reached out to some of the world’s most influential religious leaders and thinkers to ask about faith in a post-attack world.
On Faith asks:
Below are excerpts from our expert roundtable. Click through to read the individual essays.
Tony Blair writes, “We have had successes against those who planned these attacks but the extremist ideology which drove their actions still exists.”
“It seems that much of the post-9/11 renewal of faith has waned in the years that have followed,” writes Thomas Monson, president...