Category Archives: Center for Pluralism

Reflections on Gettysburg Visit

The most powerful words in human history of governance were uttered for the first time on November 19, 1863 in Gettysburg.  President Abraham Lincoln at the dedication ceremony of the… Read more »

Holocaust and the Muslim guy

Published by Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-ghouse/holocaust-and-the-muslim-_b_4629509.html Frequently, I am introduced in the following manner, “He is the first Muslim guy to commemorate Holocaust, and perhaps the first non-Jewish person to commemorate… Read more »

The Gift of Easter to Humanity

While 2,000 plus Easters have come and gone, has he really risen yet? Risen within us that is? I hope and pray that each of us will let Christ rise… Read more »

Female Genital Mutilation, a Muslim Doctor caught practicing it

TODAY’S STORY – A Female Doctor was caught in Michigan cutting female genitals. By the way, it was legal in the United States till 1996.  Quite a lot of research… Read more »

Pluralism Bulletin, April 9, 2017

CFP Bulletin segments CFP – General Bulletin CFP – Muslim Bulletin CFP – Jewish Bulletin CFP – Christian Bulletin CFP – Hindu Bulletin CFP – Sikh Bulletin CFP – Others… Read more »