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Learn what Christianity can look like to others in Richard Tetlow’s New Book

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Understanding oneself is everyone’s dilemma at some point in life, especially in our beliefs. Author Richard Tetlow addresses this opportunity for Christians in his book, “Perceptions of Christianity from People of Different Faiths: To See Ourselves as Others See Us.” He has asked five people of different faith, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, Hindu and Buddhist, for their perceptions and five Christians to comment. He stresses the opportunity for each and everyone to listen and learn about the other, in this context, Christian readership especially. All contributors are from Birmingham, England.

Tetlow lays open his own interfaith journey as a Christian too. He sees understanding, respect and love for and of the other in mutual relationships as the omega point for a multi-faith society; also vital for human well-being, for each faith and society at large. Readers will discover answers for questions and necessary adjustments in the search for meaning, sincere faith and honest personal experience, both religious and non-religious. The book recommends recognition of the wondrous unity and diversity of all life.
This is a good read for people who seek to understand social differences, faith and ways to world peace and their own life journey.
“Perceptions of Christianity from People of Different Faiths: To See Ourselves as Others See Us” book copies are available at
Writer: Richard Tetlow
Publisher: AuthorHouseUK
Publication Date: August 17, 2018
ISBN-10: 1546290737
ISBN-13: 978-1546290735
Kindle: $4.99
Paperback: $23.00
Hardcover: $38.91
About the Author
Having the heart for community service, Richard Tetlow worked as a community, and social caseworker in inner London and a lecturer in Social and Community work at Lancaster University. Then, after being ordained in mid-life as an Anglican priest, he lived as a vicar of the multi-racial, inner-city parish of St John and St Peter, Ladywood, Birmingham, which church he led the restoration and redevelopment of as a multi-faith arts and education centre. After 20 years, he retired with his wife, Ruth, to the nearby multi-faith community of Moseley. He currently convenes two local interfaith groups and also the Birmingham branch of the Progressive Christianity Network, Britain.

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 Different Faiths
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 Interfaith Journey
 Mutual Relationships
 Wondrous Unity

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