Review Sharing Wisdom Reading Religion June 2017 [Book Review]

Reading Religion 2 (6) (2017)

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Swami Narasimhananda
Prabuddha Bharata
Abstract
Religious leaders often come together for a statement of their respective beliefs seeking a false satisfaction that they are working for world peace by a disparate series of talks meant to only emphasize differences among faith traditions. This book is a welcome departure from such meaningless exercises and hopes to create a tradition of “sharing wisdom” among the followers of different world religions.
Keywords Interreligious Dialogue  Religions  Wisdom
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