Not Without My Neighbour: Issues in
S. Wesley Ariarajah
and World Council of Churches
WCC Publications, 1999
prayer, interfaith marriage, religion and conflict, and dialogue and mission.
and Interfaith in a Global Age
Chronicles the interfaith movement.
for the Community of Religions
Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions, 1995
what religions stand for, the forming of dialogue and cooperation toward a global
When Hate Comes to Town: A Handbook of Effective
Center for Democratic
GBGM Service Center #01412
Case Studies and creative responses
Many Mansions? Multiple Religious Belonging
and Christian Identity
Explores a perplexing problem of multiple religious
belonging within a pluralistic society.
A New Religious
America: How a "Christian Country" Has Become the World's Most Religiously
Diana L. Eck
Places religious diversity in its historical context and challenges.
Looks at ways some have welcomed religious pluralism.
Bridging Our Faiths
of San Diego
An excellent, easy-to-read guide to most of
the major religious faiths in the United States today, with the descriptions of
each particular faith being provided by adherents themselves.
Building New Bridges in Hope: A Commentary on the United Methodist Statement
on Christian-Jewish Relations
Klenick and Rev. Bruce W. Robbins
A conversation between Rabbi Klenick,
Director of Interfaith Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, and Rev. Robbins,
General Secretary of the General Commission on Christian Unity and Interreligious
Concerns of The United Methodist Church.
Nine principles of Christian-Jewish
dialogue are discussed and offer a foundation for theological reflection. Study
questions are included.
The 45-page PDF document is available to download
(Note: This is a PDF file and requires the free Adobe Acrobat
Reader, available for download from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.
The links will open in a new browser window).
Women Speaking , Women Listening: Women in Interreligious Dialogue
Explores the biases in interreligious dialogue, some
of the issues that can bring women together, with a goal to foster more inclusive
dialogue that is more effective in forwarding understanding and peace.
The Justice Men Owe Women: Positive Resources from World Religions
Fortress Press, 2001
From the Religious Consultation on Population,
Reproductive Health and Ethics, looks to ten, largely patriarchal, world religious
traditions to help redress gender injustices. Built on extensive work by a task
force of ten progressive religious scholars.
World's Religions: A Guide to Our Wisdom Traditions
Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism,
Islam, Judaism, Christianity, and primal religions, we find refreshing and fascinating
presentations of both the differences and the similarities among the worldwide
God is One: The Way of Islam
Friendship Press, 2001
Explores who Muslims are, what
they believe and how their faith not only unites them but shapes every aspect
of their lives.