" 'Judeo-Christian' - which in 1952 looked like an
incredibly inclusive term, doesn't look very inclusive now," said
Silk, now director of the Greenberg Center for the Study of
Religion in Public Life at Trinity College, in Hartford. Conn.,
in an interview. "So we probably need a new term."
There are other arguments for change, among them these:
-- Numbers. The U.S. Muslim population is growing. Estimates are
disputed but range as high as 7 million. This compares to an
estimated 5 million Jews.