March 23, 2012

Easter in a Mosque Is No Good News

Eryn Sun, Christian Post

A plan to hold Easter service at a Sacramento, Calif., mosque is drawing a mixed reaction from the Christian community.

Some are commending the event, especially the generosity of the Muslim community to provide a place for a Sacramento community needing space, as a needed expression of mutual respect between cultures. But the good news of a resurrected Christ won't be part of the service.

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TAGGED: Ecumenism, Easter

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