A local church is hosting this event in direct response to the "burn the koran" church. It is a Universalist Unitarian Church. "This isn't about promoting Islam," said Rev. Todd Eklof. "We want to promote freedom of religion and equality, which is supposed to be the American way."
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Answer by dullscissors at 10:03 AM on Sep. 9, 2010
I'll take positive actions over violent and hateful reactions, any day. Hate is insidious and eats away at body, mind and soul. What a miserable, waste of the short life granted.
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That's the spirit of Christianity that I was taught
♥ & respect
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