Second Cathedral Embroiled In Muslim Prayer Controversy

Jan 19, 2017 by

by Liam Deacon, Breitbart:

Gloucester Cathedral has provoked controversy by hosting an event featuring the Islamic call to prayer, as well as Buddhist chanting, Rasta drumming, and a Pagan rock band in an event just days after a Scottish cathedral was criticised by hosting Muslim prayers denying the divinity of Jesus Christ.

The ‘Faith’ exhibition by artist Russell Haine, held inside the Christian monument, features 37 portraits of individuals from different belief systems, including Zoroastrians, Druids, Witches, Pagans, and Baha’i, as well as all the major world religions.

The Islamic call to prayer which states that Muhammed is Allah’s prophet, a teaching incompatible with Christianity was performed at the launch of the exhibition, by local Imam Hassan of Masjid-e-Noor Mosque.

Reverend Ruth Fitter, vicar of St. Paul and Stephen Church, who helped arrange the event, said the call was “absolutely beautiful” and encouraged Christians to embrace all religions rather than spread the gospel in any way.

“We live in a world that is becoming more and more polarised by people who claim to have the truth. No one has any proof of God – that’s what faith is about,” she told Gloucestershire Live.

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See also: Gloucester Cathedral removes Muslim prayer clip from Facebook page, by Steven Morris, Guardian

Islamic call to prayer in Gloucester Cathedral was contrary to the doctrine of the C of E, by Julian Mann, Anglican Mainstream


See here for earlier articles relating to the reading of the Christ-denying passage in the Qu’ran at Glasgow Cathedral


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