This week on Interfaith Voices, a documentary special about struggling for common ground: if your religion teaches that there’s only one true path to God, how can other faiths also be right? Later, if Jews are the chosen people, what about Christians? If Christians know the way and the truth and the light, what about Muslims? And if Muslims say their truth stands out clear from error, are the other truths wrong? The world’s great Abrahamic religions share roots that go back centuries, yet these traditions have been locked in theological rivalries they continue to wrestle with.

ON Interfaith Voices | June 11, 2013 | 12:00 pm

With God on Our Side: From Rivalry to Reconciliation

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This week on Interfaith Voices, a documentary special about struggling for common ground: if your religion teaches that there’s only one true path to God, how can other faiths also be right? Later, if Jews are the chosen people, what about Christians? If Christians know the way and the truth and the light, what about Muslims? And if Muslims say their truth stands out clear from error, are the other truths wrong? The world’s great Abrahamic religions share roots that go back centuries, yet these traditions have been locked in theological rivalries they continue to wrestle with.

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