Many peoples, many faiths : women and men in the world religions / Robert S. Ellwood, Barbara A. McGraw.
By: Ellwood, Robert S.
Contributor(s): McGraw, Barbara A [autor].Material type: BookCopyright date: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2009Edition: Ninth edition.Description: xix, 507 pages : illustration (some colours.) ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 inches).ISBN: 9780136017615.Subject(s): Religions | Religiones | ReligionDDC classification: 200 Online resources: Table of contents only
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Understanding the World's Religious Heritage - The Sacred in Nature -- The Religions of Prehistoric and Tribal Peple -- Life Against Time -- The Spiritual Paths of India -- Wisdom Embarked for the Farther Shore -- The Journey of Buddhism -- Dragon and Sun -- Religions of East Asia -- One God, Many Words and Wonders -- The Family of the Three Great Monotheistic Religions and Zoroastriamism -- Keeping Covenant with God in History -- The Unique Perspective of Judaism -- Spreading the Word of God in the World -- The Growth of Christianity -- Submitting to the Will of God -- Submitting to the Will of God -- Spirits Rising -- New Religious Movements -- Looking Over the Spiritual Horizon -- Religion Today and Tomorrow.
This classic work presents the world's religions in a way that captures the total human experience in a factual and empathetic manner. It helps students gain a sense of each religion's unique characteristics, while tackling some of today's most critical religious issues. It is written in an engaging style and fully updated--with fresh insights and information on each of the world’s major religions, along with new religious movements.