Presenting an accessible introduction to the contemporary issues and challenges facing all those engaged in the further development of inter-faith relationships, dialogue and partnership between the world religions, Pitman argues that the future of world peace and prosperity depends on the outcome.
David Pitman began his professional life as a teacher before entering the ordained ministry. He served in a number of parish appointments, spent time with the Methodist Church in Fiji, and for fourteen years taught Ministry and Mission as a member of the Faculty of Trinity Theological College in Brisbane, Australia. He was twice elected to be the Moderator of the Queensland Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia. In his retirement he continues to serve the Uniting Church in various capacities and is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Queensland.
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Date of Publication
Religion: Comparative, General & Reference
Routledge New Critical Thinking in Religion, Theology and Biblical Studies
Country of Publication
Ashgate Publishing Limited
black & white illustrations
Series Edited by
Revd Jeff Astley,Professor James A. Beckford,Mr. Richard Brummer,Professor Vincent Brummer,Professor Paul S. Fiddes,Professor T. J. Gorringe,Mr. Stanley J. Grenz,Mr. Richard Hutch,Dr. David Jasper