Dear Reader

In "Positive Press" in this week's issue, Rabbi I. R. Rosin of Zimbabwe says, "Surely all those who acknowledge God as their creator should be able to live side by side without hatred, arguing and senseless quarrelling."

His sentence serves as a concise summary of the subject this Sentinel is taking a serious look at. One writer (p. 10) tells about his experience in having to face hostility in the midst of controversy at an Asian university. He makes a convincing case for the fact that genuine respect and healing grow out of prayer and the effort to seek improved mutual understanding.

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