In his widely acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Walking The Bible, Bruce Feiler set out on an unprecedented journey retracing the greatest stories ever told. In this provocative, deeply moving follow-up, Feiler embarks on another one-of-a-kind journey: a search for the man at the heart of the world?three monotheistic religions ?nd at the center ...Read MoreIn his widely acclaimed New York Times bestseller, Walking The Bible, Bruce Feiler set out on an unprecedented journey retracing the greatest stories ever told. In this provocative, deeply moving follow-up, Feiler embarks on another one-of-a-kind journey: a search for the man at the heart of the world?three monotheistic religions ?nd at the center of today?deadliest wars. Here is one man?personal quest to better understand the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the man all three religions call ?d?Friend.?braham is the lynchpin of the Arab-Israeli Conflict. He is the focal point of the battle between the United States and Islamic Terrorists. He is the father of twelve million Jews, one billion Muslims, and three billion Christians. Bruce Feiler gives us a rare vision of hope. With grace and eloquence, he shows that despite the hate sown for centuries in his name, the father of the world?most enduring faith actually embodies a message of inclusion and tolerance. The first book of its kind, Abraham will change how you think about your religion, your heritage, your neighbours.Read Less
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Poor in Very Good jacket. 224 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Religion, Theology; Religion & Theology; ISBN: 0749923555. ISBN/EAN: 9780749923556. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 007413.
This book details a journey through the life and impact of the father figure of three faiths, Abraham, a journey that manages to be both intensely personal and global in scope . Insightful and entertaining, it is thought provoking as well, leaving the reader with new concepts and questions to ponder long after the book has been read. Although I have read the Biblical story of Abraham many times, Bruce Feiler identifies details and aspects of the account I had never noticed, and relates the story to the many conflicting currents of today's events.
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