Pluralism in Practice: Case Studies of Leadership in a Religiously Diverse America

Pluralism in Practice

Edited by Elinor J. Pierce.  A collection of twelve case studies in pluralism in practice that includes brief scenarios, framing questions, and updates on some of the key dilemmas and decisions in multi-religious encounters. It is an introduction to the case method created at Harvard University’s The Pluralism Project, inviting close reading, reflection, and discussion into the dilemmas and disputes of a multi-religious society for people who are professionally or passionately involved in developing and fostering a multi-religious future. Read more.