Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful Paperback
How to Live in a Multi-faith World
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Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful
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Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful is the indispensable guide to living in our multi-religious society for every individual, parish or church community. It is packed with case studies, example of best practice, and practical advice based on the authors own unique experience as teacher and minister in the UK and overseas. It covers mission and inter-faith dialogue, theology and life, prayer and worship, health, education, and community issues, and pastoral issues such as inter-faith weddings and conversion. It also includes useful lists of organisations and networks, web-site links and books and multi-media resources. There are no clear-cut answers, but Andrew Wingate gives the reader courage to begin the journey towards deeper communion with people of diverse faiths, and to continue in spite of obstacles along the way. There is profound respect for difference, including differences within the Christian community. Kajsa Ahlstrand, Inter-Faith Officer of the Church of Sweden
Andrew Wingate is the Bishop of Leicesters Advisor in Inter-Faith Relations, Canon Theologian, and Director of the St Philips Centre for Theology and Ministry in a Multi-Faith Society. He is a former Principal of the United College of the Ascension, Selly Oak, Birmingham.
Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful by Andrew Wingate was published by Darton Longman & Todd in June 2005 and is our 19770th best seller. The ISBN for Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful is 9780232525328.
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|Page last updated||15th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||Andrew Wingate|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (June 2005)|
|Number of Pages||192|