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Subverting Hatred: The Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions Daniel L. Smith-Christopher

Subverting Hatred: The Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions

Daniel L. Smith-Christopher

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ISBN : 9781570757471
Paperback
210 pages
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The nine authors whose essays appear in the newly published Subverting Hatred investigate the theme of nonviolence in the sacred texts, the oral teachings, and the traditions of major world religions. They throw the spotlight on the mixed messagesMoreThe nine authors whose essays appear in the newly published Subverting Hatred investigate the theme of nonviolence in the sacred texts, the oral teachings, and the traditions of major world religions. They throw the spotlight on the mixed messages and conflicting testimony that emerge from this study and underscore one of the central questions for religious individuals everywhere: Does my faith have a fundamental message about nonviolence? If it does, what behavior must I follow if I take seriously the message I receive?