What happens when a Muslim finds beauty in the Bible - or when a Jew finds beauty in the Qur'an?
The Muslim-Jewish Journal is a quarterly newsletter featuring religious content written by Muslim and Jewish contributors, with a twist: Jewish writers explore passages they find meaningful in the Qur'an and Muslim writers do the same with the Tanakh, each exploring the beauty of each other's holy book through the lenses of their own personal, cultural, and religious backgrounds. The aim of the Journal is to bring our communities closer together through the unifying element of religion, eschewing the political conflicts that divide us. We believe that in pursuing this goal, the Journal is a force of optimism and comradery amidst a discourse of pessimism and divisiveness. We invite you to join us in achieving that goal today.