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One of the comments -

''It’s when we acknowledge our honest intentions and desires that genuine friendship, dialogue, and witness can happen. I don’t mean that we must always blatantly broadcast these intentions, but neither should we gloss over them. I’d much prefer for a friend of another faith to acknowledge their desire for me to convert to their faith than to downplay this desire. I would, in fact, be honored by their conviction for their faith and their desire for me, their friend, to convert. I think this sort of respectful honesty can remove much of the fear and indirect communication from interfaith friendships and conversations.''

A spokesperson for the People's Front of Judea.

(I posted 'You know it's a myth. Unite in Humanism.')

Mon, 05 Mar 2012 19:11:04 UTC | #924683