A handbook on increasing understanding of Sikhs in the Vancouver area, with implications for the mission of the United Church of Canada

Full Title
A handbook on increasing understanding of Sikhs in the Vancouver area, with implications for the mission of the United Church of Canada
Author
Bryan C Colwell
Abstract
In the first part of the project, Lochhead's argument that Christians have traditionally used four non-dialogical approaches to people of other religions is given; then Sikh history and Sikh faith are outlined, with particular note that Sikhs are in a minority everywhere, and that they have a problem of Sikh identity. Then a method of growing in dialogue is presented, consisting of five meetings per group, with group members being committed from the beginning to dialogue, to keeping a journal of efforts, and to taking some beneficial action on behalf of both groups.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Walter T Davis
Language
English
Date
1988