A comprehensive Document for Christian Muslim Engagement. Thanks to the Anglicans and Lutherans of Canada.
On February 4, 2019, the Pope met with The Grand Imam of Al Azhar in Abu Dhabi to produce this inspiring document…
EDMONTON COUNCIL OF MUSLIM COMMUNITIES
Welcome to Muslims of Edmonton
EIA & Al-Rashid initiative to Canadian neighbours – Nov. 3, 2014
ECMC City Hall – Social justice and Islam
ECMC MediaECMC Media Release – Edmonton Muslims Condemn Recent Attack on Parliament Hill – 23 Oct 2014
ECMC Media Release to Combat Radicalization – 8 June 2014 FINAL
ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA
CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS
Media Release (October 23, 2014): Statement by CCCB President following the recent acts of violence in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelie
Media Release (September 3, 2008): Response to “A Common Word Between Us”
Media Release (October 3, 2001): Muslim People and Institutions Must be Respected
LUTHERAN WORLD FEDERATION
Study Guide (2003): Dialogue and Beyond: Christians and Muslims Together on the Way
MENNONITE CHURCH CANADA
Blog (October 23, 2014): Statement by MCC Executive Director following the recent acts of violence in Ottawa and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu
Matthew Krabill: “It is our hope that evangelicals will soon come to see these two obligations–mission and interfaith engagement–not as mutually exclusive but rather as an opportunity to embody a holistic witness that bridges religious divides for the sake of loving our religious neighbour as ourselves through conversation, cooperation and proclamation.”
The book, Muslim, Christian, Friend by David Shenk is about Spiritual Friendship. There’s a lot of information of what we need to be a good friend. He shares many anecdotes from his long life engaging Muslim people.
THE UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA
Media Release (September 10, 2010): The United Church Affirms Mutual Respect With Muslims
Statement on United Church-Muslim Relations Today (August 2006): “That We May Know Each Other”
Study Guide (2004): That We May Know Each Other: United Church-Muslim Relations Today
Daybreak Press (2014) is the publishing arm of Rabata, an international organization dedicated to promoting positive cultural change and the revival of the female voice in scholarship. Located in St Paul, MN, Daybreak provides a unique variety of titles that promote the exploration and understanding of issues from social justice, to women’s issues, to spirituality and religion, through fiction and non-fiction publications.
The Possibility of Dialogue with Islam Today: Grounds for better understanding and dialogue with Islam by Catholic Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald.
A New Life in a New Land – The Muslim Experience in Canada
A Journey Together – A Resource For Christian Muslim Dialogue (Reference)
The NanoWisdoms Archive: Speeches, Interviews & Writings of His Highness, The Aga Khan
Where Hope Takes Root.pdf – Essays on democracy and pluralism in an interdependent world from His Highness, The Aga Khan
Karen Armstrong on religious violence – CBC Radio Podcast-The Sunday Edition (starts at 5.12)