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Love or Perish - A Holocaust Survivor's Vision for Interfaith Peace

Love or Perish - A Holocaust Survivor's Vision for Interfaith Peace

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by Harold Kasimow

Will we ever find answers?

This will rock your beliefs and pull the floor out from under you as Harold challenges us to recognize how spreading hope and goodwill is the antidote to evils. Through the heart of Kasimow, you will learn and understand the power of interfaith dialogue and how many people, despite all odds, made it their life’s work.

Kasimow’s humble writings show us world religions and how to solidify our communities with love and respect. He testifies through his devoted life to the growth of hope and goodwill through Interreligious Dialogue.

“Kasimow presents a powerful narrative of how one person’s journey from a nightmare of cruel suffering can motivate interreligious encounters and inspire hope. Highly recommended for all religious and spiritual seekers!”                    
Leo D. Lefebure, Georgetown University

“This is a mandated read for uplifting and deepening the celebration of interreligious engagement and cooperation and the ways of world-mending. It’s a joy.”        
Jim Kenney, 
Former Director of the Parliament of the World’s Religions

“For all students, professors, and religious leaders…
Harold’s guidance is one precious gift.”
John S. Schechter, Conservative Rabbi Emeritus  

Harold Kasimow, Ph.D. Temple University is Professor Emeritus at Grinnell College where helped found the Religious Studies Department. He has written extensively about his teacher and mentor Abraham Joshua Heschel.

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Love or Perish - A Holocaust Survivor's Vision for Interfaith Peace

Harold Kasimow

Harold Kasimow, George A. Drake Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at Grinnell College. He has written and edited several books, including The Search Will Make You Free: A Jewish Dialogue with World Religions and No Religion Is an Island: Abraham Joshua Heschel and Interreligious Dialogue with Byron Sherwin. He also edited special issues of Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies on Heschel and on Judaism and Asian Religions.