by Moody Adams Asia News reports that the masterful lecture by the pope in Regensburg, has resulted in 216 Muslim scholars working to find common ground of collaboration between Christians and Muslims. Vatican representatives and Muslim thinkers will meet in Rome in March to hammer out the guidelines for dialogue between Christians and Muslims.
The pope list three things that will form “common ground.” - belief in the one God, the provident Creator; - God, the universal Judge "who at the end of time will deal with each person according to his or her actions"; - we are called "to commit ourselves totally to him and to obey his sacred will."
The Pope’s goal is to guarantee "mutual respect, solidarity and peace,” embrace human life as sacred, even before birth and to share religious experiences of both religions to help create understanding of each faith.
A strange link between a religion which teaches Muslims to kill non-Muslim infidels and a religion which claims to be the only true religion.