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Conflict and Reconciliation: The Contribution of Religions

In an intricate, critical examination of the major faiths of the world, a collection of scholars edited by John W. Bowker offers an attempt to argue for peace via religious tradition in “Conflict and Reconciliation: The Contribution of Religions.”

Headed by a former professor of Religious Studies at the University of Lancaster, this volume offers a star-studded lineup of scholars evaluating the world’s religious traditions. The author of “What Muslims Believe,” “God: A Short History,” and “The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions,” John W. Bowker is a leader in the field of religious scholarship offering experience and concern in the editing of this work. Including voices representing the Centre for Chinese Studies at University of Wales, Lampeter, a parish priest in Hertfordshire, religious scholars who’ve published a collection of books, and the Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, this volume offers a wide expanse of experience, academic expertise, and critical analysis.

Read the original article at: Metro Spirit

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