How To Obtain Interfaith Peace

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The path to harmony between Pagans and Christians has been discovered by a small Christian vineyard. The answer? Very fine wine.

“They soon realized that wasn’t the case. Wine drinkers generally care about one aspect of the wine above all else. It has to taste good. Stephen Reustle was convinced he had achieved that after an Alaskan couple stopped in the Umpqua tasting room. The man asked if the Reustles were Christians. Stephen and Gloria Reustle told him that, in fact, they are Christians. “He said, ‘I’m a pagan, but I don’t care what you are. Your wine tastes pretty damn good,'” Stephen Reustle recalled.”

After all, doesn’t good taste transcends questions of religious practice?