Encounters for Change Interreligious Cooperation in the Care of Individuals and Communities
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Description: Weaving together insights from social psychology, theology, and experiences of interfaith religious leaders, Dagmar Grefe develops practical strategies that support interreligious contact at a grassroots level. She shows that by working together, religious communities can more effectively address global and local problems that all people face: poverty, environmental destruction, and armed conflict. Grefe describes interreligious cooperation at work in local communities. She develops tools that equip religious leaders with the interreligious competence needed for spiritual care and counseling with individual persons in crisis. Cooperation is not only effective in the care for communities and persons in crisis, it also heals distant and strained interreligious relationships. In the process of working together, perceptions of each other can transform.
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Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
Publication date: 11/14/2011
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|List of Tables and Figures|
|"I See Your Mosque from My Church Steeple"|
|Religion in the Global Village|
|What Keeps Us Apart?|
|Perceptions, Clans, Labels, Fears|
|Religious Communities in Connection|
|Transforming Relations in Interreligious Encounters|
|"Not Only in Disaster!"|
|Religious Communities Working Together|
|Tending to Our Souls: Interreligious Spiritual Care|
|"There Was a Priest, a Rabbi, and a Minister"|
|Interreligious Issues in Clinical Supervision|
|Why Engage Religious Diversity?|
|Interreligious Encounters through a Theological Lens|