"Abraham, Isaac, Joseph … Mary … Buddha and Muhammad and all the prophets of old. They led God's people to God's light."
"I do not believe Muslims are evil people … [But] I believe it is my responsibility to speak out against the terrible deeds that are committed as a result of Islamic teaching."
"It looks like people were treating this like a bereavement, a shorter-term funeral kind of thing, where they went to church or synagogue to grieve."
"Yes, I did try to call the FBI, but when the agent heard that my information was based on a dream, she understandably did not want to hear any more."
Articles referenced above include:
Christians outraged over All Saints prayer for Mohammed — The Daily Telegraph (Nov. 25, 2001)
Prayers of the people for All Saints Day — Charles T.A. Flood, Episcopal News Service (Nov. 1, 2001)
My view of Islam — Franklin Graham, The Wall Street Journal (Dec. 3, 2001)
Franklin Graham clarifies comments, says Muslims aren't `evil people' — Religion News Service (Dec. 5, 2001)
As attacks' impact recedes, a return to religion as usualChurch attendance back to normal after terror attacks — The New York Times (Nov. 26, 2001)
Prophetic leader says crash was 'sabotage' — Charisma News Service (Nov. 21, 2001)
Don't hit the snooze button! — Rick Joyner, Eaglestar.org (Nov. 19, 2001)
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Life After Christmas (December 26, 2001)
Love & Marriage (November 13, 2001)
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