List of contributors. Acknowledgments. Introduction (J.B. Gittler, J. Macklin). The unity principle: ideas of social concord and discord in the Baha i faith (R.H. Stockman). Discord and concord in Buddhist perspective (F.E. Reynolds et al.). Concord and conflict from a Confucian perspective: the paradigm of the family (J.F. Meyer). Harmony and order in Indian religious tradition: Hinduism (J.D. White). The faith and tradition of Islam: issues of concord and discord (S. Lavan). Ideas of human social concord and discord in Judaism (H.W. Basser, R.L. Basser). Ideas of human social concord and discord in Mormonism (C.R. Forsberg Jr., K.J. Hansen). "The Gospel has nothing to do with politics": notions of social concord and discord in the Protestant tradition (H.J. Hillerbrand). Conflict and order in Roman Catholic thought (K.J. Christiano). Harmony within one s house: Shinto understandings of harmony and social conflict (H.J. Baroni). Social concord and discord in the life and ideas of the Society of Friends (H. Barbour et al.). Utopian places and harmonious autocracies: a brief history of Taoism in Chinese society and social thought (M. Csikszentmihalyi, P. Nickerson). Religious tolerance and social concord in the Unitarian universalist traditions (J. Atkinson).