Spiritual Perspectives on America's Role as Superpower

Spiritual Perspectives on America's Role as Superpower

Edited by Skylight Paths , Edited by Editors an Skylight Paths Publishing , Contributions by Lama Surya Das , Contributions by Father M Basil Pennington Ocso , Contributions by Reverend William Tully , Contributions by Joan Halifax Roshi , Contributions by Tony Campolo , Contributions by Thich Nhat Hanh , Contributions by Senior Lecturer in Classics Matthew Fox , Contributions by Kabir Helminski PhD


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Are we the world s good neighbor or a global bully?This timely book provides us with an opportunity to pause and reflect on what may be the most pressing issue of our day: What are America s global responsibilities as the only remaining superpower? What should we be doing with our resources, energy, talent, and strength? What shouldn t we be doing? "Those of us who live with spiritual convictions, or who worship in religious communities, sometimes have the opportunity to hear from the pulpit, from the bima, in the prayer hall, in the zendo, or elsewhere what one spiritual leader believes on these issues. This book is for those of us who want a variety of opinions, for those of us who want to understand the issues more deeply and make up our own minds." from the Introduction Spiritual Perspectives on America s Role as Superpowerinvites you to explore these essential questions with sixteen of today s most profound religious and spiritual teachers. Coming from a wide variety of faiths, including Protestant, Catholic, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Vedantist, and interfaith traditions, this intriguing volume s contributors bring a crucial point of view to the already-intense national debate centering on America s place in the world: that of spirituality. An invaluable resource for those wishing to better understand varied spiritual viewpoints on America s role as superpower, these thought-provoking original essays provide a lucid introduction to the historical, moral, and theological aspects of this controversial issue.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 143.8 x 220.5 x 16.8mm | 308.45g
  • 23 Oct 2003
  • Jewish Lights Publishing
  • Woodstock
  • English
  • New.
  • 1893361810
  • 9781893361812

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