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Product Code: B0437ISBN: 9780567088307Publisher: Bloomsbury PublishingFormat Paperback
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There are those who decide to abandon Christianity for another faith. Scholar and broadcaster Professor Paul Williams chose another way. After 20 years spent teaching and practising Tibetan Buddhism, he astonished his family and friends by converting to Roman Catholicism. 'The Unexpected Way is more than just the story of one man's conversion to Catholicism; it could be a turning point in the dialogue between Buddhism and Christianity, for it challenges Christians and Buddhists alike to test the consistency of their intellectual and moral convictions as gold is tested in a furnace.' Carol Zaleski, Professor of Religion and Chair of the Dept of religion and Biblical Literature, Smith College.
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