Jimmy Carter to be guest speaker at ISNA Convention

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The Islamic Society of North America has invited former U.S. President Jimmy Carter to be a guest and keynote at it’s 51st annual convention this month. The nation’s largest Islamic convention is titled Generations Rise: Elevating Muslim American Culture

You’ll want to watch the promotional video (say, is that Jim Wallis’ photo?):

Past ISNA keynote speakers include Rick Warren in 2009 and President Obama last year.

Of special interest this year is the “interfaith dialogue” sessions. Looks like President Obama’s special assistant Melissa Rogers is heading that up. Interfaith partners include:

Sojourners United States Conference of Catholic Bishops United Methodist Church Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) National Council of Churches of Christ in the USA Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Episcopal Church American Baptist Churches USA Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

 

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4 Responses to Jimmy Carter to be guest speaker at ISNA Convention

  1. Bobby Weisgerber says:

    What fellowship does light have with darkness?! This is so maddening! What is wrong with these people who claim to be believers in the Lord Jesus Christ?

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    • joanne says:

      they are doing what Jesus would do because they are true Christians , unlike yourself! You heartless idiot.

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  2. ASPREE says:

    Well isn’t that special…

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    • Joanne says:

      In the name of Jesus Christ , I rebuke you Aspree!! Jimmy Carter is genuine and Godly as they come. It is really sad that you are soo stuck in the cesspool of some anal analysis of interfaith interactions. This is what our whole world should try to do. Seek common ground and respect differences. THERE IS NOTHING UNCHRISTIAN OR WRONG WITH THAT! WAKE UP! or GO LIVE IN A CULT COMMUNE SOMEWHERE BECAUSE THAT IS JUST WHAT THIS REMINDS ME OF. REDICULOUS

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