A published book that explains the important role of interfaith education in mitigating violent extremism in Kenya and the rest of the world

“Burial of the Sword” Gerald Grosin It is set for a new marketing campaign

San Jose, California.And February 2, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – After their time at Nairobi To participate in a major interfaith programme, Gerald Grosin He also met his wife Judy Walterhis wife’s lifelong friend and Maryknoll Lay Missioner working in Mombasa’s largest slum (aka Bangladesh). While there, they learn of the interfaith conflict resulting from an invasion Young Terrorists infiltrated the coastal area of Kenya. Grodzen was asked to give a talk before the Clergy Council of the Sahel on the importance of interfaith dialogue between Christians and Muslims. The Chairman of the Council asked him to raise funds for interfaith education programs in the Mombasa region and he was able to raise funds to start what became a long series of education programs in the Mombasa region. Kenya.

Set for a new marketing campaign, Bury the Sword (published by AuthorHouse in February 2017) analyzes the historical and political context in which different forms of violent extremism (jihad) have emerged in Middle eastAnd Europeand in Africa since the 911 attacks. Grudzen believes that the growth of jihad can be attributed in part to oppressive regimes in Middle eastthat dampened the democratic impulses of their youth. For him, alternative youth movements can serve as an inspiration and model for the renewal of these areas.

This book also analyzes the role that technology can play in organizing future youth movements, and serves as part of an interfaith educational program that has already begun. Kenya. Furthermore, Grodzin stresses the need for new models of interfaith education in public and private schools all the time Africa To confront the growth of extremist ideologies among the youth of this region.

“No other book that I am aware of presents the historical background to the conflicts between the two largest monotheistic religions and provides and provides a way forward for improving interfaith relations through interfaith education. This book engages in a possible solution to religious and political fundamentalism,” says Grudzen. When asked what readers wanted to take away from the book, he replied, “Christians and Muslims can cooperate to build a harmonious society in different parts of the world.”

The International Interfaith Conference Walking Together in the Light of Fratelli Totti and Laudato C is co-sponsored by Global Ministries University (GMU), the Institute for Interfaith Dialogue and Islamic Studies at Tangazza University (IRDIS) and the Institute for Harmony in Kenya In alliance with the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week February 2-4, 2023. Grudzen is president of the University of Global Ministries, which established the Interfaith Education Program at Kenya featured in this book. Visit globalministriesuniversity.org/.

For more details about the book, please visit https://www.authorhouse.com/ar/bookstore/bookdetails/755655-Burying-the-Sword

“Burial of the Sword”
by Gerald Grosin
softcover | 6 x 9 inches | 194 pages | ISBN 9781524668433
E-book | 194 pages | ISBN 9781524668426
Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Gerald Grosin Teaches philosophy, history and religious studies to San Jose City College and the University of Phoenix. He received three postgraduate degrees in history and philosophy from Columbia University in New York. He has also received a Master of Divinity and Master of Divinity degrees from Marinol School of theology, Marinol, New York. He is the author or co-author of three books on interfaith communication issues since 2007. He also serves as President of the University of Global Ministries, a graduate program of the Union of Christian Ministries, and Mahidol Buddhist University in Bangkok, Thailand. He was awarded the Templeton Foundation Award for his research Oxford university Ian Ramsey Center for Religion and Science. This research focused on the transfer of Arabic philosophy and science to the early medieval approaches to the main intellectual centers in Egypt Europe During the eleventh and twelfth centuries. Grudzen did this research jointly with Bangladeshi researcher Dr. Shams Rahman. Published as Spirituality and the Sciences: Greek, Jewish, and Islamic Perspectives (Directory: 2007; Revised Edition: 2014).

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