Peacemaking

Front Cover for Religions for Peace

In this heartfelt manifesto, Francis Cardinal Arinze addresses the issue of violence committed in the name of faith. A successful peacemaker in his native Nigeria, Arinze argues that respect for God and human life are inseparable and essential for peace.

2nd edition organized and co-edited by Rabbi Eric Greenberg.

This complete collection of Pope John Paul II's texts on Judaism and the state of Israel bears witness to the extraordinary contribution the newly cannonized leader made to healing relations between Jews and Christians. A work of reconciliation and inspiration.

Front cover for Path of Wisdom, Path of Peace

In this hardcover gift volume, UN correspondent Felizitas von Schoenborn shares a rare, intimate, and wide-ranging interview with the Dalai Lama. Offering compelling insight on the Dalai Lama's philosophy of life, the book also guides us toward lives of greater wisdom and peace.

Front Cover for Passion for Peace

A call to take up the work of God and bring peace to our own lives and to the world, Mertons’s essays continue to speak powerfully about ways that people can contribute to right the wrongs in society.

Front Cover for The Paradox of Power

Michael Crosby shows us how the creative energy of power can nurture healthy relationships, marriages, and families, and contribute to the success of organizations like corporations, churches, and even nations.

Front Cover for Forgiveness

Clendenen and Martin bring the strength of scripture and the Christian tradition to real-life situations to show how we can truly free ourselves from the pain and harbored resentments of the past and take up the biblical injunction to forgive.

Front Cover of Dialogues At One Inch Above the Ground

James Heisig has spent his life traveling along many roads—living in Japan, Spain, England, and the United States, and listening to other religious traditions while remaining a Roman Catholic. In this book, Heisig draws from this worldly insight, and presents an invaluable dialogue between Christianity and Buddhism.

Front Cover of Violence Unveiled

By synthesizing an astounding array of seemingly discordant examples—from Aztec myths to the Hebrew prophets to Bob Dylan songs—Bailie reveals important truths about cultural rationalizations of violence and points the way towards an evolution of the methodology of power.