How to Be a Perfect Stranger Volume 2: A Guide to Etiquette in Other People's Religious Ceremonies

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Stuart M. Matlins, Arthur J. Magida
Northstone Publishing, Incorporated, 1999 - Church etiquette - 410 pages
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We live in a remarkably diverse society, and it is increasingly common to be invited to a wedding, funeral or other religious service of a friend, relative or co-worker whose faith is different from our own. Originally published by Jewish Lights Publishing, this easy-to-use guidebook helps the well-meaning guest feel comfortable, participate to the fullest extent possible, and avoid violating anyone's religious principles. Newly revised North American edition now includes Canadian statistics and information.

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At some time you may be invited to religious ceremonies or services that are not of our own tradition or faith. Entering this unfamiliar atmosphere can be awkward, but do a bit of reading ahead of time and you'll find many practical questions answered in this book. Read full review

How to Be a Perfect Stranger: A Guide to Etiquette in Other People's Religious Ceremonies, Volume 2

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This work by Jewish Lights editors Matlins and Magida supplements Magida's How To Be a Perfect Stranger (LJ 1/96), which won the Benjamin Franklin award for best reference book of the year. Volume 1 ... Read full review

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