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Just Faith: Grief & hope following Paris

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Following the attacks on Paris, Rev. Jacqui Lewis takes a look at tragedy and prophetic grief. Can love be stronger than hate? Will Muslims experience even more prejudice? Joining her are Linda Sarsour, director of the Arab American Association of New York; Rev. Michael Bos, senior minister of West End Collegiate Church; Rev. Dr. Peter Heltzel of the Micah Institute at New York Theological Seminary; Khalid Latif, the Executive Director and Imam for the Islamic Center at New York University; Omid Safi, Director of Duke University’s Islamic Studies Center; and Prabhjot Singh of Columbia University.