Religious education in a multi-religious society

report on a consultation in the West Riding of Yorkshire organised by the British Council of Churches Education Department in collaboration with the Community Relations Commission.

Publisher: Community Relations Commission in London

Written in English
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GenreGt. Brit.
ContributionsBritish Council of Churches. Education Department., Great Britain. Community Relations Commission.
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LC ClassificationsLC410.G/
The Physical Object
Pagination(1),13p. ;
Number of Pages13
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Open LibraryOL20739180M
ISBN 100902355031
OCLC/WorldCa30288911

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To co-exist in peace and harmony in a multi-religious society, one should have a sound religious education with strong emphasis on moral and ethical values as the first positive step towards better understanding and mutual co-operation amongst all religionists.

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