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Rethinking religion : transforming cultures of violence to cultures of peace

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posted on 2005-01-01, 00:00 authored by Anna HalafoffAnna Halafoff, M Conley Tyler
Humanity has always been preoccupied with the search for peace and happiness. Many people turn to and rely on religion to provide them with a means of understanding the human condition and as a methodology of how to find peace within themselves and work towards the creation of peace on earth. Religions however, while providing many valuable tools for peacebuilding, can also contribute to perpetuating cultures of violence.

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Title of book

Proceedings of the International Congresses of Religion in Peace and Conflict : Responding to Fundamentalism and Militancy - Education for Shared Values for Intercultural and Interfaith Understanding

Chapter number

40

Pagination

365 - 371

Publisher

UNESCO

Place of publication

Paris, France

Language

eng

Publication classification

B2.1 Book chapter in non-commercially published book

Copyright notice

2005, UNESCO

Extent

73

Editor/Contributor(s)

C Parry, P Miranda

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