Peter Green: January 2018
This Saturday, 27th January, from 2pm, the Good Faith Book Club will meet to discuss Rev. Ray Gaston's book on his experiences with Islam.
'A Heart Broken Open is described as a book about radical faith in an age of fear. It describes his engagement with the local Muslim community in his inner-city parish in Leeds, his visit to Karbala during rising Islamophobia and how he followed the pattern of prayer and fasting during Ramadan.
What will it make of it? You are welcome to find out over a cup of something in friendly company. To read a summary of our previous discussions, click here.
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