Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis

ISSN 2631-746X (Print) & 2631-7478 (Online)

Current Issue

Released on 15 August 2020

JTPP’s fourth issue (Vol. 2, No. 2) examines, in exciting and innovative ways, the role of religion in conflict and peace, with transdisciplinary explorations of the complicated religious dynamics in social, cultural, and political life.

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Contents

List of Contributors 5
Editor’s Welcome and Introduction
JEREMY A RINKER 
10
Is an Oath to Hitler also an Oath to God? The Debate about Loyalty Oaths in Germany: 1934-1945 EDMUND PRIES 16
Religious and Secular Forgiveness in the Contemporary World WIM LAVEN 36
The National Chief Imam of Ghana: Religious Leadership and Peacebuilding in an Emerging Democracy OKECHUKWU C IHEDURU 66
Interfaith Dialogue on Religious Tolerance and Peaceful Coexistence in Nigeria: Practitioners’ Experience
BOSEDE AWODOLA & OLALEKAN A BABATUNDE
99
The Role of Religion in Building Terrains of Peace SHOMA CHOUDHURY LAHIRI, MIHO IWATA &
BANDANA PURKAYASTHA
119
Role of Sunday Schools in Peace Education in Karachi, Pakistan MUNIR LALANI, SARFAROZ NIYOZOV & ASTER ASIF SARDAR 143
Promoting Cultures of Peace: Reflections on SokaGakkai International (SGI) Buddhism’s Contributions to Peacebuilding
ALEX OTIENO
170
Engaged Buddhism Buddhist Nationalism Charges of Genocide towards Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar DANIEL RHODES 194
Kaleidoscope
Curated by NILANJAN DUTTA 
218
Book Review DANIEL RHODES 221