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Upcoming Speaker - Register Now!

Tom Carroll, Writer, Speaker, Homeland Security Consultant

Topic: Catholics and Muslims: More in Common Than You Think
Date & Time: April 24, 2014 - 12:00pm
Check-in begins at: 11:30 am
Location: Red Lion Woodlake Hotel and Conference Center at 500 Leisure Ln. in Sacramento

Tom Carroll is a former officer in the Clandestine Services of the CIA. He spent years under cover in the Middle East, and is a specialist in Islam and Middle Eastern affairs. He and his wife converted to Catholicism while living in Istanbul, Turkey.

In this age of increasingly aggressive and hostile secularism and materialism, is there enough common ground between Catholics and Muslims to make genuine cooperation possible?

Tom Carroll thinks there is. What do Islam and Catholicism have in common? How do they differ? What have Muslims borrowed from the Church? Who was Muhammad and how do the Muslims see him? How does the view of morality among Muslims compare to the Catholic perspective? What is traditional Islam vs radical Islam, and why does the difference matter? Can Muslims and Catholics make common cause against the materialism, secularism and atheism we all confront?

Tom Carroll will examine these issues and more in this fascinating session.

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