Thursday, April 2, 2020

Art & Culture

Let’s Take a Coffee Break

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Asli Ceren Tahan Coffee is the second most common beverage in the world after water and the second most widely used product after oil. Some...

Hear to Heal: A New Approach to the Healing Power of...

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Volkan Efe It is widely accepted that music influences and affects people in different ways, starting from the first days of life. Humans are born...

A Culture of Peace

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Deborah Moldow The 21st century finds humanity at a crossroads. After centuries of material progress have brought undreamed of comforts, and travel and communications opened...

Happiness Quotes

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“To smile in the face of your brother is charity given on your behalf.” Prophet Muhammed "I know through experience that nothing in...

Divine Truth and Lessons in Paul and Virginia

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Huseyin Ozcan The French author, Bernardin De Saint Pierre expressed the delicacy and beauty of nature, as well as showing the balance and harmony in...

Book Review: Interfaith Dialog and Peacebuilding

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Jay Willoughby   David R. Smock (Editor). Interfaith Dialogue and Peacebuilding. (United States Institute of Peace Press: 2002) 150 pages, ISBN 1-929223-35-8. In our increasingly diverse societies, we interact...

Prophets as Teachers

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Alphonse Dougan Prophets are the spiritual teachers of humanity. As the people selected by God to deliver His message to humanity, they were exemplary educators...

Christianity in the Qur’anic Perspective

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Huseyin Faruk Coskun Based upon what was mentioned in part 1 of this article, I will now discuss how the Qur'an views Jesus, a major...

The Search for Truth

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David Chamber Truth is to believe and to believe is to see the truth. Sometimes the truth is behind walls, beyond time, in the past,...

Democratic Peace: Perpetual Peace is Possible

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Sezai Sadik The twentieth century was the bloodiest century in human history. From 1900-96, approximately 110 million people died during 250 wars. Wars after 1945...