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God beyond borders : interreligious learning among faith communities

Author: Sheryl A Kujawa-Holbrook
Publisher: Eugene, Oregon : Pickwick Publications, [2014] ©2014
Series: Horizons in religious education, 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Based on ten years of research, God Beyond Borders is a comprehensive study of interreligious learning in faith communities. The United States is one of the most a diverse countries of the world. Kujawa-Holbrook details the many practices of interreligious learning in faith communities; through interreligious encounters, religious education, shared sacred space, shared prayer, and compassionate action. The book also  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sheryl A Kujawa-Holbrook
ISBN: 9781625644589 1625644582
OCLC Number: 875257528
Description: xli, 171 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Ways of understanding interreligious learning --
The transformative power of interreligious encounter --
Practices of interreligious learning --
Sharing sacred spaces --
Compassionate action as interreligious learning --
Initiating intentional interreligious learning communities --
Interreligious learning and the future.
Series Title: Horizons in religious education, 1.
Responsibility: Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook.

Abstract:

Based on ten years of research, God Beyond Borders is a comprehensive study of interreligious learning in faith communities. The United States is one of the most a diverse countries of the world. Kujawa-Holbrook details the many practices of interreligious learning in faith communities; through interreligious encounters, religious education, shared sacred space, shared prayer, and compassionate action. The book also surveys the field of interreligious learning and investigates some of the more common intentionally interreligious communities--families, clergy groups, chaplaincies, and community organizations. Kujawa-Holbrook combines theory and praxis to make a case for the importance of interreligious learning in all religious organizations. (Publisher).
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