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The indispensable guidebook to help the well-meaning guest when visiting other people s religious ceremonies updated and revised.

We North Americans live in a remarkably diverse society, and it s increasingly common to be invited to a wedding, funeral, or other religious service of a friend, relative, or coworker whose faith is different from our own. MORE >

The Rise of the Nones: Understanding and Reaching the Religiously Unaffiliated

The single fastest growing religious group of our time is those who check the box next to the word "none" on national surveys. In America, this is 20 percent of the population. Exactly who are the unaffiliated? What caused this seismic shift in our culture? Are our churches poised to reach these people? 

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One River, Many Wells: Wisdom Springing from Global Faiths

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A wide-ranging and substantive sourcebook on the spiritual wisdom of the world's religions.

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The Good Heart: A Buddhist Perspective on the Teachings of Jesus

Makes a good case for the value of interreligious encounters while acknowledging both similarities and differences between Buddha and Jesus.

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At the Entrance to the Garden of Eden: A Jew's Search for Hope with Christians and Muslims in the Holy Land

A courageous, enlightening, and visionary work about building bridges between Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Israel.

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Five Voices, Five Faiths: An Interfaith Primer

In this unique book about the major religious traditions of the world, a practitioner from each tradition Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam introduces the basics of his or her faith and participates in a conversation about the challenges of being faithful in the modern world. Each essay and conversation is followed by a list of suggestions for further reading.

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Who Speaks For Islam?: What a Billion Muslims Really Think

In a post-9/11 world, many Americans conflate the mainstream Muslim majority with the beliefs and actions of an extremist minority. But what do the world’s Muslims think about the West, or about democracy, or about extremism itself? Who Speaks for Islam? spotlights this silenced majority. The book is the product of a mammoth six-year study in which the Gallup Organization.

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