Hi Jenni,I have heard about this. I think that while this might sound like a good idea to some, it doesn’t work in reality for the sipmle reason that Christianity and Islam are mutually exclusive in their positions. They are miles apart on every doctrine of importance: the character of God, the identity and uniqueness of Jesus, the nature of salvation, the authority of Scripture even what to eat and how to dress. When Christians worship God, they’re worshiping God through his Son Jesus Christ (God himself forbids them to worship anyone else), and through Jesus only are they saved. No true Christian and no true Muslim would ever accept a combination of the two faiths. This doesn’t mean Christians aren’t supposed to be friends with Muslim people. In fact, I think it is important to get to know them, learn about their faith, see what makes our belief systems so different, and to live peaceably side-by-side. What are your thoughts?-John
Is this Stillwater reservoir northeast of Lowville? This beautiful photo is further proof the area is touched by the hand of The Great Creator of All Things Good. Great job,photographer! A Stillwater Reservoir paddler.