Our book, "God's Favorite Prayers" was reviewed in the new issue of "Common Ground" -- the flagship British inter-faith magazine of the Council of Christians and Jews. The magazine is produced twice a year and features articles by a number of prominent figures in the Jewish and Christian communities. It is downloadable here.
The Council of Christians and Jews was founded by the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Temple and Chief Rabbi, Joseph Hertz on November 14th 1941. Today it is the UK’s oldest and leading interfaith organisation with a national programme of projects as well as 38 branches in the regions. They say, "Her Majesty became our Royal Patron in November 1952. We have been deeply honoured and are grateful that Her Majesty has graced us with this Patronage for 60 years."
In addition to the review of our book, this issue contains an article by Lord Sacks, the chief rabbi.