The Dignity of Difference: How to Avoid the Clash of Civilizations

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Continuum, 2002 - Religion - 216 pages
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The boldest statement by a world religious leader in many years. Marks a radical shift in the approach to religious coexistance.

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I read this my freshman year in college, and I don't recall a single essay I turned in for a common core class that I didn't quote or otherwise reference this book. It was PERFECT! Read full review

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This is short book, only 200 pages, but in thatose pages he manages to bring to light very large concepts indeed. He discusses the differences that keep us apart as peoples when actually the ... Read full review

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Jonathan Sacks has been Chief Rabbi in 1991 and sits in the House of Lords. He is much sought after as a religious broadcaster and spokesman. He is a lecturer, philosopher, and author, with many honours awarded for his contributions to theology and Jewish life.

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