Papers presented at an international colloquium held in Haverford, Pa., Nov. 3-8, 1985, sponsored by the Jacob Blaustein Institute for the Advancement of Human Rights.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: human rights and religious liberty from the past to the future / by Leonard Swidler Keynote address / by Elizabeth Odio-Benito Religious liberty in the U.S.A. / by Franklin H. Littell Religious liberty in Yugoslavia: a study in ambiguity / by Paul Mojzes Religious freedom in Egypt: under the shadow of the Islamic Dhimma system / by Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na'im Religious liberty and human rights in the Sudan / by Khalid Duran The human right of freedom of religion and Soviet law / by Otto Luchterhandt Religious freedom and human rights in Korea / by Yong-Bock Kim Exploring the possibility of Hindu-Muslim dialogue / by Kana Mitra The basis for a Hindu-Muslim dialogue and steps in that direction from a Muslim perspective / by Riffat Hassan Religious freedom and human rights in the world and the church: a Christian perspective / by Charles E. Curran Religious liberty in Judaism / by Jacob B. Agus Religious liberty: a Muslim perspective / by Mohamed Talbi A Buddhist response to Mohamed Talbi / by Masao Abe Religious tolerance and human rights: a Buddhist perspective / by Masao Abe Two faces of Hinduism and the search for unifying spiritual principles / by D. Scott Korn.
K3258 .A6 1985
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Online version: Religious liberty and human rights in nations and in religions. Philadelphia : Ecumenical Press ; New York : Hippocrene Books, c1986
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