3 edition of Acts Of Faith found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 1, 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Erasing his culture paid off initially.
Suddenly he was surrounded by men and women who embraced their own ethnicity and culture. 71 so to make it a reality. Eboo felt great discomfort over this fact; he felt like a "slave driver watching them go" p. They grew up around Chicago, grew up as Indian Muslims, went to the same college together unwittinglyand have grandparents from the same part of India: "Gujarat, land of merchants and mustaches" p.
She also found pressure to strengthen her Jewish identity and preserve her traditions.
He suggested Eboo play a leadership role; Eboo assented. Sometimes they discussed the Book of Mormon and who goes to Heaven according to her theology.
As high school ended, so did they. Second, where was Chicago's interfaith youth movement? It was now time to discover his roots. As college ended, he found another relationship ending due to divergent religious paths. Judaism was central to Sarah's identity but she was not a strict adherent.
Desiring to complement his theory with practice, he decided to perform community service: playing guitar for the elderly, cooking for women in shelters, and delivering baked goods to the Salvation Army. However, this criticism did not dissuade him; Eboo saw an undeniable connection between performing service and bettering society. Some even dropped their English name for their native tongue.
Out of his different service activities, Eboo met Sarah, a beautiful Jewish girl, who Acts Of Faith become his "second serious relationship" p. For he looks at himself and goes away and at once forgets what he was like. He knew a woman, Shehnaz, for Eboo to date. This relationship exposed him to the truths of religious persecution and genocide -- especially the Holocaust. Even he found a personal connection with the slaughter of Muslims in Bosnia's then-present civil war.
If we have faith, should it change the way we act toward God? Rather than more "excruciatingly boring" p.