Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change
McGraw Hill Higher Education, 2006 - 576 Seiten
Experiencing the World's Religions provides a clear and compelling account of religion as a diverse, lived experience by peoples around the world. Global in its coverage, the text conveys the vitality and richness of the world's religions as a living cultural wellspring that not only concerns systems of belief but how those beliefs are expressed in ceremonies, food, clothing, art, architecture, pilgrimage, scripture, and music. The text demonstrates why an understanding of the world's religions enriches our lives. In an engaging narrative emphasizing the experience of religion, the text takes students on a personal voyage through doctrines, history, the religiously inspired arts, ceremonies, and everyday expressions of belief and combines these with powerful photographs from around the globe. The text goes beyond traditional approaches to personally connect students with the vitality of the great religions and how they reach into the lives of individuals and the culture at large. This fourth edition has been thoroughly updated in both content and illustration, to address recent world events and political changes, and provide additional insight into current theory and practice.
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Actually a great text...Nutzerbericht - Borders Bookie - Borders
Clearly written, informative, and mostly unbiased text. I did not, however, appreciate the "First Encounter" section of each chapter, which attempted to provide some sort of mystical, meditation on ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and ChangeNutzerbericht - Ashley Lynn - Goodreads
So far Jainism seems to be the nuttiest of religions. Vollständige Rezension lesen
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