"John Donne and people like him make me proud to be an Anglican and Anglicanism has an important vocation in the family of the church today. At our best, we not only tolerate but celebrate difference. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks asks, 'Why, if God is the God of all humanity, is there not one faith, one truth?' He suggests that God calls each of us to be unique, and all of us to rejoice in the dignity of difference.
"The religious challenge is to find God's image in someone who is not in our image, in someone whose color is different, whose culture is different, who speaks a different language, tells a different story, and worships God in a different way. This is a paradigm shift in understanding monotheism."