Tag Archives: Social Issues

Thank you for another great Coffee Talk!

This morning 23 of us gathered at Coeur Coffeehouse for Spokane Faith & Values fifth Coffee Talk.

The topic, "Angry at God: Processing your Faith in Times of Tragedy," resulted in discussions about anger, grief, relationships and how those things relate to God and to one's faith community.

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“Who hurt her?”

I’ve had some great therapists over the years, and that’s almost reason enough to have endured the things that made me seek out therapy. One of my therapists said, “Where you feel anger towards another person, there is still a desire for a relationship. If there’s indifference, the relationship is done.”

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BRIEF: Pew releases report on “The World’s Muslims”

A survey released today by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life reveals that Muslims in the U.S. are more moderate than Muslims in other countries.

The report, "The World's Muslims" shows Muslims here are more likely to believe that people of other faiths can attain eternal life in heaven and are less inclined to support suicide bombings.

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