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The Root of All Evil free pdf This is the work of Sharon Mijares, Aliaa Rafea, Rachel Falik and Jenny Eda. Schipper is a collective journey into being human. A Muslim from Egypt, a Christian mystic from America, a Jew from the US and a Jew from Israel (but currently living in the US), they have transcended their differences in the search for common ground. This book is therefore very much a labor of love, and a journey of self discovery and of understanding the other. They demonstrate by their words and deeds that the essence of love and tolerance at the core of all religions, of all great traditions, is universal. They are deeply committed to ensuring that the patriarchal viewpoint that dominates so much of the world today does not obscure women's rights as human rights.

About Sharon G. Mijares

Sharon G. Mijares, PhD teaches Comparative Religions at the California Institute of Human Science and various Psychology courses at Chapman University. She has been a student of Christian mysticism for over 36 years and has spent the last 16 years studying Jesus' original Aramaic teachings. She is a member of the Sufi Ruhaniat International, and is ordained in its Universal Worship Service--honoring all the world's religious traditions. Aliaa Rafea, PhD is a noted Islamic and Egyptian scholar and faculty member at Ain Shams University. She was a visiting professor at RMWC in 2002. She comes from a long line of Sufi guides and is a descendent of the Prophet Muhammad. Her doctoral degree is in Anthropology. She authored and co-authored several books in Arabic and English, the latest of which is The Book of Essential Islam (Book Foundation 2005). She is a fellow of Society of Applied Anthropology, and a member in several international academic institutions. She is also a member in several NGOs in Egypt. Rachel Falik holds an MS. in Organizational Psychology, and has a special interest in intercultural dynamics. She was born and raised in Israel and served as a Lieutenant in the Israeli Air Force. She subsequently had a managerial career as a human resources specialist and currently lives in the US. Jenny Eda Schipper holds a Master's Degree in Guidance and Counseling from Duquesne University. She is a yoga teacher, a massage therapist and an artist, and is currently co-editing The Jewish Woman Muslim Woman in the 21st Century: Transcending Differences.

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Author : Sharon G. Mijares
Publisher : Imprint Academic
Data Published : 20 December 2006
ISBN : 1845400674
EAN : 9781845400675
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 320 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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