"Comparative Religious Ethics invites the reader to comprehend the ethical teachings of the world's religions by means of narratives drawn from those traditions and from human historical experience. The stories range from Gilgamesh to Gandhi and from Hiroshima to globalization. Beneath the engaging narratives lies an approach rich in theoretical insights from the study of comparative religion and ethical theory."
—Ronald M. Green, Dartmouth College
This book is well written, and quite an eye opener. The concept of questioning what is sacred, and seeking what is holy is a topic that everyone should read about and discuss. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gloriann Rodríguez
This book is amazing. The stories from different religion are very captivating. One will learn great ethics and will have a deeper appreciation for other religion by reading this... Read morePublished 14 months ago by julia
The outline of this book is a great concept - looking at ethics (expecially of violence) from the perspective of contemporary practioners from varied faiths. Read morePublished on May 5, 2006 by J. A. Donaghy