Abraham's Children by Professor Kelly James Clark

From the mosque at ground zero to Palestine, from Afghanistan to Indonesia, from abortion activists to suicide bombers—examples of religious intolerance are all around us. No country in today’s world can claim to be free of intolerance. Israel and Palestine, Northern Ireland, Sudan, the Balkans, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Denmark, and the Caucasus are just some of the areas where we find conflict apparently inspired by religious differences. Can devoted Jews, Christians, and Muslims remain true to their own fundamental beliefs and practices, yet also find paths toward liberty and respect for those of other faiths? This is the question posed in ABRAHAM’S CHILDREN: Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict (to be published by Yale University Press on June 26, 2012; Trade Paperback Original), edited by Professor Kelly James Clark.


About Professor Kelly James Clark

Kelly James Clark, Senior Research Fellow at the Kaufman Interfaith Institute at Grand Valley State University, is author or editor of more than a dozen books, including The Story of Ethics and Return to Reason. He lives in Grand Rapids, MI.

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