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How to Be Perfect a Stranger: The Essential Religious Etiquette Handbook

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  • Posted June 23, 2009

    Eye-catching title leads you to wonder what the book is about as you explore the religion shelves. Subtitle defines the book. Book should also be displayed in world cultures section of bookstore.

    I stumbled upon this book while exploring the various religious history books written by Karen Armstrong. The title wording caught my eye, so I picked it up, read the subtitle, and opened it to see what was said about my religion. Upon flipping through the contents, I was very excited about the thoroughness of the information provided. I work in a university setting with graduate students from all over the U.S. and the world, and I am occasionally invited to their homes. By reading about their religion and its place in their history and culture, I am so much more comfortable discussing our differences, and am able to understand and appreciate their culture and religious beliefs to a greater degree. I have given copies of this book as gifts to a number of international students and their expressions of gratitude have been overwhelming. They say that they now have a more thorough understanding of the differing beliefs of Americans as well as other international students, and are able to be more comfortable in various religious and social settings. I would recommend this book to anyone who works or socializes with people of different faiths. Greater knowledge can lead to more peaceful relationships.

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