Do religions cause war and incite people to terrorism? How should we respond to religious extremists? How can tolerance and mutual respect between people of different faiths be fostered? In Religions for Peace one of the leading figures in the Roman Catholic Church addresses these vital questions at a time when the world is increasingly torn apart by unrest, violence and war.
Cardinal Francis Arinze was born in Eziowelle, Nigeria, in 1932. He has been head of the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue since 1984.