This sounds just swell until you see who is the featured speaker. From the Western Herald, with thanks to Bruce Gordon:
Members of the Muslim Student Association and the community will have the chance to sample Middle Eastern cuisine and learn how to better bridge the gap between Islam and Christianity during upcoming events at Western Michigan University.
MSA will be sponsoring an event titled “Islam and Christianity: Coalition or Collision?” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. this Thursday in the North Ballroom of the Bernhard Center.
“The purpose of this event is to promote peace, tolerance and understanding between the two largest religions in the world,” said Sarah Husain, sophomore majoring in business and president of the public relations committee of MSA.
William Baker, an internationally known speaker from California and founder of Christians and Muslims for Peace, will be at the event, Husain said.
Baker, according to the Orange County Weekly, “has resurfaced as a frequent guest speaker at Muslim functions across North America despite articles in OC Weekly in 2002 that outed the Laguna Hills resident as the former head of the neo-Nazi Populist Party and led to his ouster as a close associate to the Reverend Robert Schuller of Garden Grove’s Crystal Cathedral.”