Religion is often thought of as a cause of conflict. Zealous practitioners of one tradition fight the zealous practitioners of another in the name of God – in defiance of the emphasis each theological system places on peace. In its fourth issue, the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue™ seeks to examine where and why religious conflicts take place – and how conflicts carried out in the name of religion can be mitigated or transformed. The issue will be guest edited by Dr. William F. Vendley, Secretary General of Religions for Peace. For more, please see the complete Call for Submissions.