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Interfaith Muslim-Mormon Chat: When Bad Things Happen to Good People | Omar Naisan & Wanda Ostler


Interfaith Interconnect of the Tri-Valley and MCC co-host a virtual religious chat with Omar Naisan, representing MCC East Bay, and Wanda Ostler, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on how the Muslim and Mormon faiths address when bad things happen to good people and how does each faith/congregation help someone to recover following a significant loss, emergency, or tragedy?

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About the Presenters
Omar Naisan is a Ph.D. student in the Historical & Cultural Studies of Religion program at the Graduate Theological Union. He holds a Master of Arts in New Testament and is also from the Graduate Theological Union. His published MA thesis is titled “Decrypting the Son of Man Problem: An Inquiry into the Dominant Approaches to the Son of Man Problem and its Conspicuous Application in Mark 8:27-31.” His interests include comparative theology, philology in religious corpora, and historical-critical studies of religious canons.

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This program was delivered at the Muslim Community Center – East Bay (MCC East Bay) in Pleasanton, California on Friday, June 12, 2024.

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