Lutheran Pastor warns Christians to end spiritual terrorism

The director/founder of the Turtle Island Project in Munising, Michigan delivered a passionate talk this fall about respecting Native American culture and heritage.

In his speech, Rev. Lynn Hubbard warned the religious experts that "Christianity must - once and for all - renounce its religious imperialistic tendencies."

The Lutheran Pastor said Christians can learn a lot obout respecting nature and other people by listening to Earth-based cultures like American Indians and the Celts.

The Lutheran pastor spoke to the Read the Spirit conference on August 11, 2007 in Ann Arbor, Michigan about the dangers of intolerance for other people's religions and beliefs.

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The founders of the Turtle Island Project is hosting a series of free regional and national conferences in November and the spring of 2008 including a (no cost) Nov. 9, 2007 interfaith retreat for clergy and church/temple leaders in Munising, MI along Lake Superior to discuss intefaith prayer and other issues.

The TIP recently held its first national Native American Roundtable.
TIP co-founder Rev. Dr. George Cairns - a research professor for the Chicago Theological Seminary - spoke about centering prayer, and the Iona Community in Scotland.

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