Source: (2000) Ontario, Canada: Ontario Multifaith Council on Spiritual & Religious Care.

In 1998 the Ontario Multifaith Council on Spiritual and Religious Care (OMCSRC) added restorative justice to its agenda. In view of growing interest in and implementation of restorative justice locally and internationally, OMSCRC urged its member faith groups to rediscover and express their views on restorative justice in light of their particular beliefs and practices. Accordingly, representatives from the following groups submitted short essays on restorative justice from their spiritual or religious perspectives: Baha’i, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, and Native culture. Additionally, the anthology includes short articles on fundamental principles of restorative justice, and on paradigms of justice. A bibliography at the end provides directions for further study.