Churches open doors to Muslim worship
from FOX News
They see it as their Christian duty. But others disagree, saying it extends the hand of fellowship where it was never intended to go. Two Protestant churches are taking some heat from critics for opening their church buildings to Muslims needing places to worship because their own facilities were either too small, or under construction. "I think it's a tenet of our Christian faith, and that is that we extend hospitality to the stranger,” said Diane Bechtol of Aldersgate United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Va.. “We are a congregation that wants to be helpful to people and if we are asked to help a neighbor in need, that's what we do."
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