The "Listening To" series introduces students to the challenging and varied nature of religion. By "listening to " members of different faiths talking about what it means to be a Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jew, Muslim or Sikh, young people are encouraged to explore the human face of religion, and make informed personal responses to the beliefs and values of others. Pupils are encouraged to see the six major religions in Britain as living faiths which affect people's everyday lives and their attitudes to the world around them. The books aim to foster a willingness and ability to listen to others and to respect different ways of life, and to discourage stereotyping and generalizations.
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This book, aimed at children and young people, draws on research conducted by Robert Jackson and Eleanor Nesbitt with families of a Hindu background in England, setting some themes, such as stories, worship, symbols and images, and special occasions, in the context of examples from the wider Hindu tradition. The book is illustrated with many photographs, most taken by the authors.
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Book Description COLLINS EDUCATIONAL, 1990. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Sent from the UK within 24 hours. EXPEDITED UK DELIVERY AVAILABLE. Ex Library. Paperback: 64 pages; Used but in Good Condition for sensible price. With photographs. Bookseller Inventory # BBI101037
Book Description London Unwin Hyman, 1990. Paperback, 64pp including glossary. Very good . Gift inscr. inside front cover otherwise very good. Postage will be reduced for UK mailings. Bookseller Inventory # 16230