Justin B. Fung

Tag: muslims

God at work: $100,000

This past year, I’ve had a front row seat–indeed, I’ve been fortunate to be in the thick of the action–as God’s been at work: in my life, in the lives of those around me, and in The District Church. Here are some examples: God’s been at work through prayer in my small group, where we’ve prayed for […]

“The Calling”: Different Faiths, Common Humanity

Sojourners/God’s Politics just posted my preview of the forthcoming PBS documentary, “The Calling,” which follows the journeys of several people of different faiths who follow a calling to become professional clergy. Snip: Both of my brothers are now pastors, and I also recently followed this “calling” into pastoral ministry, so it was fascinating for me to […]

Links of the Day, November 30

Welcome to Advent! Hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! News Religious leaders around the world condemn the Swiss ban on minaret-building. Green Tips for (more) eco-friendly flying this holiday season. Miscellaneous Photo profiles of 47 world leaders.

I'm a Muslim; so what?

Colin Powell’s endorsement of Barack Obama last weekend was notable for a number of reasons. Most notable for me was the addressing of the issue that no one had yet addressed up to this point. Here’s the relevant section from the endorsement: I’m also troubled by, not what Senator McCain says, but what members of […]

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