What the World Needs to Know about Interfaith Dialogue: How to work in harmony with people of other faiths

Richard M Landau
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 What the World Needs to Know about Interfaith Dialogue, Second Edition is a non-fiction handbook and guide for the increasing numbers of people who are becoming involved with interfaith dialogue.
Written in an accessible style, the work explains how to overcome basic differences and yet ensure the longevity and productivity of an interfaith dialogue group.  So many dialogue groups grind to a halt because of group politics, differences in approach, and no sense of what the group should do beyond talking.  What the World Needs to Know about Interfaith Dialogue addresses all of these issues based on author Richard M. Landau’s observations of both failed and successful interfaith dialogue groups over the past 30 years.

Readers will come away with a knowledge of the tools required to start and conduct successful interfaith or inter-denominational dialogue.  It will aid the reader to build bridges of understanding, resolve conflicts, and identify problems before they develop.
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About the author

Richard is the author of the e-book What the World Needs to Know about Interfaith Dialogue -- the definitive study of how interfaith dialogue works. The book encapsulates Richard's 30 years of pioneering work in the interfaith field

In 2012, he was invited to address the Canadian Parliament on trends facing the world religions and governing interfaith dialogue over the next 25 years. He also produced a scholarly paper “Toward a Definition of Legitimate Religions”, published in Canadian Diversity.

Richard is currently an independent TV producer and consultant.  For 22 years, Richard M. Landau was an award-winning television host and Senior Executive Producer in charge of interfaith programming. He has earned more than 40 international awards for TV excellence.

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Richard M Landau
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Apr 17, 2014
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Education / Multicultural Education
Religion / Comparative Religion
Religion / Ecumenism & Interfaith
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