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Question: In the quest for religious tolerance,, should religious leaders be held accountable to promote inter-faith harmony? CPNN article: Christ, Krishna and Mohamed: What do they have in common?
Posted: July 21 2004,19:31

Tony, David- I don't know whether this book deserves a full review as a follow up to your article on the quest for religious tolerance. Its title is rather forbidding, [I]A Moral Ontology for a Theistic Ethic. The sub-title "Gathering the Nations in Love and Justice" is more inviting. The back cover has this statement"In the wake of ethnic religious strife post Sept. 11th, this book argues for a common morality built on the inclusivity of love, community, and justice that can transcend sectarian and parochial boundaries." The author is Frank Kirkpatrick, acting dean of Trinity College. Perhaps he could be invited to write an article describing why he wrote this book.
I think we should ask does this book advance the 6th peace key, rediscovering solidarity.
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