Catholicism and Interreligious Dialogue
James L. Heft S. M.
Oxford University Press, Nov 21, 2011 - Religion - 240 pages
How can the world's many religions overcome ideological differences and come together to promote understanding, justice and peace? In this groundbreaking volume, James L. Heft and fifteen other leading scholars of the world's major religions show how to answer this crucial question.
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