Interfaith Encounters in America
Kate McCarthy shows how Buddhist, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, and Hindu Americans, among others, are using their beliefs to commit to the values of a pluralistic society. This book is a useful reading for scholars of religion, sociology, and American studies, as well as anyone who is concerned with the purported impossibility of religious pluralism.
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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
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