Eboo Patel is founder and executive director of the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based international nonprofit that promotes interfaith cooperation. His blog, The Faith Divide, explores what drives faiths apart and what brings them together. He is also author of Acts of Faith: The Story of an American Muslim, the Struggle for the Soul of a Generation (Beacon Press, 2007).
Posts By This Author
Is the Language of Business Enough?
If we are closed to faith language, we may find ourselves burned up and frozen out.
People Get Ready
If Jen Bailey is emblematic of her generation in any way, we have a lot to be hopeful about.
On Being A Muslim Parent
Would his first taste of Islamaphobia come at the age of 5 during show-and-tell.
A Theology of Interfaith Cooperation
We can work with others even while disagreeing on significant issues.
The Strength to be Uncool
A lot of problems stem from people lacking the courage to follow their moral core.
Studying Interfaith Leadership
This may be a field whose time has come.
'Nones' and the Common Good
What will happen to U.S. civil society as the pews empty out?
A Daringly Astute Faith
Just like that, the pope had gotten to the heart of Islam, my religion.
Mapping Gandhi's Faith Journey
How did a skinny, shy, middle-class Indian come to lead one of history's great liberation struggles?
Hot Dogs for Peace
I felt the horror of a kid caught in a grade school coolness competition.