Addresses religious liberty and tolerance from the perspectives of the authors' own faith traditions. Offering a counterbalance to incendiary religious leaders who cite Holy Writ to justify intolerance and violence, this title reveals how tolerance and respect for believers in other faiths stands at the core of the Abrahamic traditions.
The outlines of the story are well known. Before the founding of Hong Kong, China was basically closed to foreigners and all her foreign trade was in the hands of a few traders confined to Macau and a foreigners’ compound in Canton. That is... [ Read full review ]