New book: Children of Abraham by Tallal Turfe

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Author weaves a solution to bridge the gap between the three faith traditions.

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'While the perception is that Judaism, Christianity and Islam are each significantly different, they are in fact deeply connected. The prevailing belief and practice of each is faith in God, which transcends all of their predominant differences,' said Tur.

In hopes to create unity among religious followers, author Tallal Turfe traces the roots of the three faith traditions back to the prophet Abraham in his book "Children of Abraham".

An accomplished author and champion for religious tolerance, Turfe offers solutions that foster a deep sense of connection and encourages followers to focus on similarities rather than differences. Through discussions about the common histories, traditions and similarities of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, readers obtain a better understanding of each faith.

Turfe declares that the prophet Abraham is the thread that binds the three faith traditions together and discusses the benefits of interfaith dialogue. Through "Children of Abraham", he hopes to create better understanding, collaboration and partnership toward a safer and more peaceful environment.

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