Interfaith Worship and Prayer — Ebook
We Must Pray Together
|Authors :||Marcus Braybrooke, Alan Brill, Jay Atkinson, Dalai Lama, Usama Hasan, Anantanand Rambachan, Shaunaka Rishi Das, Nokuzola Mndende, Hebron l Ndlovu, Vinod Kapashi, Natubhai Shah, Bogodo Seelawimala, Vishvapani Blomfield, Jehangir Sarosh, Behram Deboo, Maneck Bhujwala, Yoshinobu Miyake, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Feargus O’Connor, George Ballentyne, Wendi Momen, Alan Race, Ibrahim Mogra, Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh, Lucy Soucek, Pashaura Singh, Sheryl Kujawa-Holbrook, Hugh Ellis, Carolyn Rosen, Aaron Rosen ,|
|Publisher :||Jessica Kingsley Publishers|
|Categories :||Religion / General|
This ground-breaking book contains contributions from 12 different religious traditions: Hinduism, African Traditional Religion, Judaism, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Shintoism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, Unitarianism and Baha'i. Interfaith worship and prayer can be complex, but this book demonstrates that in a world of many cultures and religions, there is an urgent need for religions to come together with trust and communication, especially when there is a crisis.
Full of insights and examples of practice, the book demonstrates how religions can be a powerful means of unity and compassion. The book opposes the 'clash of civilisations' model as a way of interpreting the world and promotes peace, hope, and the possibility of cooperation. Religious believers can be sincere and committed to their own faith, while recognising the need to stand firmly together with members of other religious traditions.
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