About News Learning to Live Well Together - Best Interfaith Book of 2017? The Interfaith Observer (TIO) is a free monthly digital journal created to explore interreligious relations and the interfaith movement as a whole. In December 2015 Tom & Riaz's book - 'Learning to Live Well Together' was reviewed by the TIO's Publisher and Editor Tom Chafee, who described the book as 'a clear candidate for best interfaith book of 2017'. He went on to say it "is a pioneering book that sets our assumptions topsy-turvy, makes us rethink the whole process of dialogue with ‘the other,’ and offers directions for a peaceful world in spite of all the conflict we face today. It is an invaluable resource for interfaith activists. With this kind of approach, the possibilities of an authentic, effective interfaith movement become brighter. Co-authors Tom Wilson, director of St. Philip’s Centre, and Riaz Ravat, deputy director, have done their homework and leave us with tools to empower any interfaith activist." To read the whole review, go to http://www.theinterfaithobserver.org/journal-articles/2017/12/12/review-learning-to-live-well-together-wilson-and-ravat If you would like to buy a copy of the book, please contact the Centre.