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Did anyone catch the prayer in FF#1. In it, Alex Powers is asked to say grace at dinner, with people and beings of radically different beliefs. He prays by addressing God in each individual way. It reminds me of the awkwardness and difficulty of praying in an interfaith gathering. Having been asked to pray in a diverse setting (though not with aliens around the table), the question it raises is this, is it more respectful to address God in a way that seeks a common denominator in understanding, to address God in the various ways that the people gathered speak of God, or to simply speak from your own tradition, and allow others to pray from theirs?

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