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John Morrow on “Islam and the People of the Book”; Mike Harris Explains VT-TV, the Cure for Internet Censorship and Spying
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First hour: John Morrow discusses Cambridge Scholars’ new publication Islam and the People of the Book, which he edited and to which I contributed. In this conversation John and I discuss the relatively few issues that divide Christians from Muslims, and the much larger number of issues that unite us. We also discuss other topical issues including the emails to Portland’s KBOO radio headlined “Stop Kevin Barrett from polluting the airwaves with anti-semitism” that led to the cancellation of a scheduled show today. Dr. John…

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