Religious Tolerance in World Religions

In: Journal of Religion in Europe
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512 Book Reviews / Journal of Religion in Europe 4 (2011) 501–515 Jacob Neusner & Bruce Chilton (eds.), Religious Tolerance in World Religions (West Conshohocken, PA: Templeton Foundation Press, 2008), 396 pp., ISBN 978-1-59947-136-5, $39.95 Th e term ‘tolerance’ has fallen on tough times. People who prefer intolerance, policies of ‘zero tolerance,’ or claim not to tolerate the intolerant or the intolerable are only partly responsible. Th ey share culpability with those who call for moving Beyond Tolerance (as Gustav Niebuhr and others have titled several recent books) to deeper and fuller attitudes of acceptance, affi rmation, respect, and celebration

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