Islam and the West, God and the Qur'an By Hamza Tzortzis


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1 Sahil Badruddin = " "The spiritual roots of tolerance include, it seems to me, a respect for individual conscience -- seen as a Gift of God -- as well as a posture of religious humility before the Divine. It is by accepting our human limits that we can come to see The Other as a fellow seeker of truth and to find common ground in our common quest. Let me emphasise again, however, that spirituality should not become a way of escaping from the world but rather a way of more actively engaging in it." -His Highness the Aga Khan's 2006 Acceptance Address  Tutzing Evangelical Academy's 'Tolerance' Award (Tutzing, Germany) "