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Volume 2016, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 2218-7480
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Abstract

Subverting Hatred is an edited book that brings together different voices on religion and peace from different religious traditions. The book is a lucid appeal to recover the transformative power of religion in the midst of global violence and terror. It is comparative and seeks to provide a cross-cultural understanding of peacebuilding. Beyond destructive rhetoric, the book seeks to provide a new narrative that can engender peace and understanding in the world. It uses a case study approach to uncover the contributions of religion to both inner and global peace. It wrestles with an understanding that religion can contribute to the discourse on subverting hatred and building the capacity for peace.

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2016-07-13
2019-08-18
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  • Article Type: Book Review
Keyword(s): Peace, Religion, Violence, Peace-building
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