Draws on the values that have shaped major humanitarian initiatives over the past century and a half, as well as the values of diverse religious traditions, to examine the scope of our responsibilities and practical solutions to prevailing global humanitarian crises. 197 pp.
An overview of Muhammad's life and legacy provides a sociological analysis of Muhammad's teachings and example, demonstrating how the Prophet embraced religious pluralism, envisioned a civic nation, stood for anti-racism, advocated for seeking knowledge, initiated women's rights and followed the Golden Rule. 165 pp.
Illustrates the ecumenical, interfaith and multicultural aspects of a nonviolent approach to avoiding and transforming violent conflict, providing a vital resource for scholars, advocates and activists in politics, history, law, philosophy, theology and conflict resolution.275 pp.
Presents pairs of essays by Christians and Muslims that introduce texts for dialogical study, plus the text-excerpts themselves, providing guidance and materials for constructing one's own discussion. 185 pp.
This comprehensive introduction to Catholic sexual ethics—complete with thought-provoking study questions at the end of each chapter—contends that there is a disconnect between many of the Church's absolute sexual norms and other theological and intellectual developments explicitly recognized and endorsed in the Catholic tradition, especially since the Second Vatican Council. 250 pp.