New issue of Religions/Adyan: Peace in a World of Conflicts

COVER OUT_PeaceENGLISHcCover courtesy of Kai-Henrik Barth

The issue 9 of Adyan is now available

To download the English section, click here.
To download the Arabic section, click here.

Table of content for the English and French section:

Editorial
by Patrick Laude

Interview with Karen Armstrong

Foreword
by Renaud Fabbri

Eschatology and Philosophy: the Practice of Dying
by Eric Voegelin

The Problem of Peace in the Ecumenic Age
by Barry Cooper

Religion and Violence: how symbiotic a relationship?
by Olivier Leaman

Islam and Peace: A Preliminary Survey on the Sources of Peace in the Islamic Tradition
By Ibrahim Kalin

La paix passe-t-elle par une ère messianique ?
by Eric Geoffroy

L’État islamique, entre tradition réinventée et utopie politico-religieuse
by Myriam Benraad

Peace as inner transformation: a Buddhist perspective
by John Paraskevopoulos

Buddhist Perspective on Conflict Resolution
by Daisaku Ikeda

New Reality: Peace and Universal Responsibility, according to the Dalai Lama
by Sofia Stril-Rever

Jerusalem, City of Peace
by Louis Massignon

Human Diversity in the Mirror of Religious Pluralism
by Samuel Bendeck Sotillos

The Greatest Binding Force
by Mahatma Gandhi

Hope for Peace in a Broken World: 1 Chronicles, Exile and Building Walls
by Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Integral Pluralism as the Basis for Harmony: The Approach of His Highness the Aga Khan
by Ali Lakhani

Out of the mouths of babes: Comenius and World Peace
by Elizabeth Kristofovich Zelensky

Les religions, entre violence et paix
by Eric Vinson

Subverting Hatred: The Challenge of Nonviolence in Religious Traditions (book review)
by Akintunde E. Akinade

Karen Armstrong, Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence (book review)
by Senad Mrahorović

Biographies

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