“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.” 

Charles W. Eliot.

We would like to invite you all to the world of books. CRC Book Talks, where we meet authors and have a conversation about their works once every three months, continues to take place on a virtual platform.

CRC Book Talks 1

The Humanity of Muhammad

CRC kicked off its first-ever Book Talk on December 5th, 2020! Our guest for the night was Dr. Craig Considine with his book “The Humanity of Muhammad: A Christian View”.
Some topics we discussed:
  • -Some similarities between George Washington and Prophet Muhammad.
  • -The Christian American who said “Islam brought me back to God”
  • -The prophet Muhammed being as anti-racist.
  • -The story of a mosque and church in Las Vegas.

CRC Book Talks 2

Islamic Jesus

On March 20, 2021, at 7 PM, the CRC Book Talks hosted Professor Saritoprak who has reached a wide audience and immensely contributed to interfaith dialogue through his book, Islam’s Jesus. 
Dr. Saritoprak states that “Jesus is pivotal to both Muslims and Christians, [and] the discussion of Jesus’s descent necessitates discussion of the future of interfaith cooperation, particularly between Christians and Muslims, who together constitute more than half of humanity.”