EditorialNo Comments | December 2012
2012 was a historic year for The Review of Religions. Our March Easter Special Edition was dedicated to the debate surrounding the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus (as). We tried to prove from different perspectives; Biblical, historical, medical and genetic, that Jesus (as) in fact survived the crucifixion and travelled eastwards to India to complete his mission. We continue to receive comments from Christians, and others, intrigued by the articles we featured in that edition. We covered the controversy surrounding the publication of cartoons by the UCL Atheist society in our February Edition. An intriguing history of the Fazl Mosque, or the London Mosque, the first Mosque in London, was featured over the June and July Editions. Our January Edition featured the letter sent by Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V (aba), Head of the worldwide Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, to Pope Benedict XVI, and later in our March Edition we featured his letters to the leaders of Israel, Iran, USA and Canada and then in our August Edition we featured the remaining letters sent by His Holiness to the leaders of the world. The historic address by His Holiness at Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. to leading politicians and policy makers was the focus of our September Edition. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee was celebrated in our July Edition and our November Special Edition depicted the manner in which true Muslims responded to the vile film, Innocence of Muslims.
Staff at The Review of Religions worked with great dedication over the year. We hope that our readers enjoyed the articles we featured. Look out for the new and intriguing material that we have lined up for 2013.
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