- The Platinum Rule offers translations of the world’s great religions’ statements of the Platinum Rule, to “Do unto others as they would want to be done to them.”
- The Golden Rule offers translations of the world’s great religions’ statements of the Golden Rule, to “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”
- Shared Visions – We can’t control belief – but we can control our behavior. Shared Visions show how world religions view everyday topics, including education, forgiveness, and charity.
- Etiquette guides provide help when you are addressing religious leaders or entering sacred spaces:
Additional resources are located throughout our site and, also, at the following links:
Tanenbaum’s “Religious Diversity Checklist,” “Six Steps to the Accommodation Mindset,” National Day of Prayer FAQ, and others.
Lesson plans, reading lists, and guides to help teach about 9/11 (Prepare New York) and the controversy surrounding the Muslim cultural center in lower Manhattan (Park 51).
Tanenbaum’s Medical Manual for Religio-Cultural Competence features in-depth information on ten of the world’s major religious traditions and is the must-have resource for any health care provider seeking to provide the highest quality patient-centered care.