The Meaning of My Neighbor's Faith

Interreligious Reflections on Immigration

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Alexander Y. Hwang, Laura E. Alexander
  • Lanham, MD: 
    Lexington Books
    , December
     394 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.


The Meaning of My Neighbor's Faith addresses two of the most critical challenges of our time: immigration and religious diversity. The diverse group of contributors, representing a variety of religious traditions, disciplines, and methodologies, explore the meaning of my neighbor's faith in the age of migration. Each author reflects on the meaning of religious traditions in the context of the unprecedented migrations of people who look and believe differently than their hosts. The volume is the work of scholars dedicated to advancing religious understanding of the debate and discussions on immigration in the light of religious diversity in America and other places in the world.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Alexander Y. Hwang is adjunct faculty at Saint Leo University and Associate Dean of international faculty at the Université Protestante au Coeur du Congo. 

Laura E. Alexander is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and holds the Goldstein Family Community Chair of Human Rights at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.


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