How to be a Perfect Stranger: A Guide to Etiquette in Other People's Religious Ceremonies, Volume 1
Stuart M. Matlins, Arthur J. Magida
Wood Lake Publishing Inc., 1999 - Religion - 432 pages
We North Americans live in a remarkably diverse society, and it's increasingly common to be invited to a wedding, funeral or other religious service of a friend, relative or coworker 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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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lake_O_UCC - LibraryThing
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 StrangerUser Review - dbcelia - Overstock.com
I bought this book as a gift for my daughter. She was very impressed. She uses it at work & in her life. The book is about protocol for different religious events. It includes many religions. Its easy ... Read full review
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