Kaufman Interfaith Institute

Interfaith Books

From our 2012 Year of Interfaith Understanding, we have multiple resources to bring interfaith dialogue into your own discussion group. Below are some resources and ideas for you to use!


Grand Rapids Public Library Book Discussion Kit

As of 2012, the GRPL started offering interfaith book discussion kits for the book Have a Little Faith by Mitch Albom. These kits are still available at the main library branch, and include 10 books plus a discussion guide for no charge. For more information or to request a kit for your book group, please click here.


Kent District Library Interfaith Resources 

Interfaith Book List

Interfaith DVD List


Sisters of Faith Book Group

This interfaith group of women meet on a monthly basis and have for several years. If you are interested in forming a group like this to meet at a congregations, library, book store, or home, please contact any of the following women for more information.

Ghazala Munir ghazalmunir@gmail.com
Debbie Mageed mageed1@sbcglobal.net
Ann Trostj trostj@aol.com


Recommended Books

Peter Kreeft

Between Allah & Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims

by Peter Kreeft

Discussion Guide

Mitch Albom


Have a Little Faith

by Mitch Albom

Discussion Guide

Faith Club

The Faith Club: A Muslim, A Christian, A Jew

by Idilby, Oliver, Warner

Discussion Guide

Bruce Feiler

Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths

by Bruce Feiler

Simcha Kling

Embracing Judaism

by Simcha Kling

John Esposito

Islam: The Straight Path

by John Esposito

Abraham's Children

Abraham's Children: Liberty and Tolerance in an Age of Religious Conflict

by Kelly James Clark


Religion Gone Astray: What We Found at the Heart of Interfaith

by Mackenzie, Falcon, Rahman



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