Conflicts in Interreligious Education Exploring Theory and Practice

Whenever people from different cultural and religious backgrounds converge, it produces tension and ambivalence. This study delves into conflicts in interreligious educational processes in both theory and practice, presenting the results of empirical research conducted at schools and universities an...

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Main Author: Kraml, Martina
Other Authors: Sejdini, Zekirija, Bauer, Nicole
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin/Boston De Gruyter 2022
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