You Don't Have to Be Wrong for Me to Be Right: Finding Faith Without Fanaticism
Conflict is an opportunity to learn and grow–and often to grow closer to one another.
Brad Hirschfield knows what it means to be a fanatic; he was one. A former activist in the West Bank, he was committed to reconstructing the Jewish state within its biblical borders. Now he is devoted to teaching inclusiveness, celebrating diversity, and delivering a message of acceptance. In You Don’t Have to Be Wrong for Me to Be Right, Rabbi Hirschfield uses his own spiritual journey to help people of all faiths ﬁnd acceptance and tolerance, as well as a path to peace, understanding, and hope that will appeal to the common wisdom of all religions.
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When I bought this book, I joked that it would become my interfaith bible, and I think it has! I know that I will struggle with people (both friends and strangers) who I disagree with, but I have this ... Read full review
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Wow, was a wonderful book. I don't recall how I came across this book in the first place (a common theme that I need to rectify), but it probably had much to do with the fact that I find so little ... Read full review
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You Don't Have to be Wrong for Me to be Right: Finding Faith Without Fanaticism
No preview available - 2007