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Eating Curry for Heaven’s Sake!

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Never was there a more important moment for inter-religious engagement, yet never did it feel more difficult. But with this book in one hand and a freshly cooked chapati in the other, the first steps will seem possible!
Never was there a more important moment for inter-religious engagement, yet never did it feel more difficult. But with this book in one hand and a freshly cooked chapati in the other, the first steps will seem possible!

Divided into six short study chapters and interspersed with recipes, questions, reflections, stories and lots of practical suggestions, Eating Curry for Heaven’s Sake is an invaluable resource for Christians of any age, either as individuals or in a group. It encourages honest and open dialogue, challenges us to name our fears, and prompts even the most rural church communities to engage. As Barbara Glasson says, ‘There’s no such thing as an expert, but no excuse for ignorance.’

Suitable for house groups, youth gatherings, student discussions or focused engagement during Lent or Advent, this book will help ordinary Christians to become more confident and resilient. It names what’s unpalatable but also relishes the rich diet of multiculturalism. So, let’s Eat Curry for Heaven’s Sake!
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Product Code1501487
NameEating Curry for Heaven’s Sake!
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorBarbara Glasson
ISMN9781848677913
ISBN9781848677913
Barcode9781848677913
Short DescriptionNever was there a more important moment for inter-religious engagement, yet never did it feel more difficult. But with this book in one hand and a freshly cooked chapati in the other, the first steps will seem possible!
Pack Size1
Size210mm x 275mm
Count44 Pages
CoverPaperback
Date Published24 Jun 2015
Lead Time2 weeks (approx.) if out of stock
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This is what many have been waiting for Review by The Revd Dr Roger L Walton Chair, West Yorkshire Methodist District
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This is what many have been waiting for – a book on interfaith that doesn’t make
you feel bad, takes your experience and fears seriously, and is a lot of fun. Starting
from Asian food, with an attractive colourful layout, it provides a safe way into exploring
one of the most pressing issues of our day: how to live with and relate to others who
are different from us in faith or culture. It is accessible for all and should be read by
every Christian. Perfect for small group study, where you can eat, talk and learn together. (Posted on 12/06/2015)
Here’s a tasty and nutritious contribution Review by The Rt Revd Dr Toby Howarth Area Bishop for Bradford, The Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales
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The challenge of building relationships with people who follow a different religion can leave us hungry for wisdom and practical advice. Here’s a tasty and nutritious contribution, learned in the kitchen of experience! (Posted on 12/06/2015)
Eating Curry for Heaven’s Sake is a book we have needed for so long. Review by Revd Peter Colwell - General Secretary CTBI, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
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Eating Curry for Heaven’s Sake is a book we have needed for so long: one that shows how interfaith
engagement is for anyone and everyone! An accessible read, yet does not avoid the difficult and
challenging issues. It is a book not just to be read but one to inspire and excite us in all that interfaith
engagement and interaction has to offer (Posted on 12/06/2015)
This is a brilliant little resource. Review by Revd Ray Gaston - Interfaith Studies Tutor and Enabler, The Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham
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This is a brilliant little resource. Barbara has woven a beautifully simple, challenging, tender
narrative that gets to the heart of real interfaith engagement. She never avoids the difficulties
but doesn’t allow them to overwhelm and delights and encourages with her positive and
heartening stories. At the root of this book is a ‘faith resilience’ that is her own immersion in the
Jesus of the gospels. This is interfaith engagement as practical lived Christianity, this is an invitation
to an exciting journey that is the call of the gospel . . . a journey into personal transformation. (Posted on 12/06/2015)

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Barbara Glasson

Barbara Glasson is a Methodist minister and weaver who has spent most of her ministry in city centres, in particular Liverpool and Bradford.

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