“While digging around for information on the Pentagon’s 9/11 memorial, I happened on an article about the multifaith chapel that had been constructed when the building was repaired. Apparently the Pentagon had accommodated a variety of religious services for many years, but never before had a space been specially designated for the purpose. Now the location had been chosen by the nose of an airplane.” — Corinna Nicolaou
This week, our featured book is A None’s Story: Searching for Meaning Inside Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam, by Corinna Nicolaou. In today’s post, Nicolaou ventures into the Pentagon’s post-9/11 multifaith chapel and examines the disconnect between common perceptions of Islam and her experiences learning about it.
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