Interfaith Encounters in America

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Rutgers University Press, 2007 - Religion - 233 pages
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From its most cosmopolitan urban centers to the rural Midwest, the United States is experiencing a rising tide of religious interest. While terrorist attacks keep Americans fixed on an abhorrent vision of militant Islam, popular films such as The Passion of the Christ and The Da Vinci Code make blockbuster material of the origins of Christianity. Beneath the superficial banter of the media and popular culture, however, are quieter conversations about what it means to be religious in America today. Interfaith Encounters in America takes a compelling look at these seldom acknowledged exchanges.

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This important book is for the general reader, the student of American culture and religion, and those who are looking for examples and analyses of interfaith relationships in the United States. This ... Read full review

Contents

Multifaith Activism
45
Interfaith Families
126
Conclusion
198
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

McCarthy is Assistant professor of Religious Studies at California State University in Chico.

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