March 01, 2015

The Interfaith Prayer Book

Compiled by Ted Brownstein’72
Lake Worth Interfaith Network, 2014

The Interfaith Prayer Book by Ted Brownstein'72 In the foreword to the newly expanded edition of the Interfaith Prayer Book, Ted Brownstein posits: “Nothing reveals the heart of a people more than prayer.” In the collection that follows, prayers from faiths as diverse as Buddhism and Zoroastrianism are juxtaposed with one another—emphasizing their commonalities rather than their differences.

The prayers of many different regions and religions are granted space in this collection. Sikh prayers are preceded by Islamic ones, which are then followed by the guiding words of the Baha’i tradition. The Lake Worth Interfaith Network—the book’s publisher—is committed to promoting tolerance and understanding among all religions.

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