In this program, producer Richard Paul examines the roots of hatred in Christianity, Judaism, and Islam and considers whether people of faith can ever reconcile those divisions. The world’s great monotheistic faiths share centuries-old traditions, but they are also locked in dangerous rivalries that permeate contemporary thought. Through the stories of three men raised to their religion's version of the truth, and distrust of the "other", this program probes that duality and confirms the power of faith to overcome legacies of hostility, illuminating ways that people work beyond hatred and stereotypes.
Epiphany was produced by Richard Paul. Special thanks to Steve Danish, principal of the Immanuel Bible Church in Springfield, VA; Salah Nusairat (nuss-ER-yawt) of the Washington Islamic Academy, and Tzvi Klugerman of the Melvin J Berman Hebrew Academy. This program was produced with support from the Institute for Christian and Jewish Studies.
Different Faiths Use Laughs to Bridge the Divide
Three men: a Christian, Muslim and Jew,use comedy to encourage peace,understanding and tolerance amongst different faiths.
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The Faith Club: A Muslim, A Christian, A Jew -- Three Women Search for Understanding
by: Ranya Idliby, Suzanne Oliver, Priscilla Warner 2007
After September 11 three women: Ranya Idliby, Suzanne Oliver, and Priscilla Warner wrote a book about Americans searching for faith and mutual respect. The Faith Club weaves their three religions to understand one another.