From the March/April, 2010 issue of Touchstone
Uneasy Messenger by Jeff Walton

Uneasy Messenger

The National Council of Churches Struggles to Address Islamic Violence

by Jeff Walton

The National Council of Churches (NCC) has not always seemed sure of itself when addressing Islam. Eager to please its interfaith partners and to counter alleged Islamophobia in American society, it has often exercised self-censorship. Islam, in its account, is a religion of peace and justice—not a cause of war and oppression. At the same time, this American ecumenical body cannot dismiss the cries of partner churches overseas suffering persecution under Islamist regimes.

“My life could be in danger,” the Reverend Dr. Charles Amjad-Ali told the gathered church delegations at the NCC General Assembl . . .


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