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Religious Passion: The Bad Trialogue

Extremism: Religious Passion and The Problem of Perception 

Trialogue 2014: The Challenge of Civil Discourse 
Sponsored by the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice 

This is the second of three public discussions regarding the topic of religious extremism. Learn More

Session Two: The Bad
Sunday, February 9, 2014 • Boston Avenue United Methodist Church, Tulsa, Oklahoma

There's a fine line between passion and extremism. That's where religion becomes angry, triumphant. God loves me more than God lives you.

  • Rev. Bill Crowell, Associate Minister, BAUMC, Interfaith Trialogue Chair
  • Iman Imad Enchassi, Chairman of Islamic Studies and Chaplain at Oklahoma City University
  • Rabbi Micah Citrin, Co-Rabbi at Temple Israel, Tulsa
  • Rev. Floyd M. Schoenhals, retired Bishop of the Arkansas-Oklahoma Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Dr. Gary Peluso-Verdend, President and Associate Professor of Practical Theology at Phillips Theological Seminary

 

OCCJ Executive Director Nancy Day welcomes participants
Imam Imad Enchassi and Rabbi Micah Citrin reflect about the importance of interfaith discussions
Imam Imad Enchassi, introduced by Rev. Dr. Bill Crowell
Rabbi Michah Citrin, introduced by Rev. Dr. Bill Crowell
Rev. Floyd Schoenhals, introduced by Rev. Dr. Bill Crowell
Dr. Gary Peluso-Verdend, introduced by Rev. Dr. Bill Crowell

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