The World's Religions
G.K. Hall, Jan 1, 1988 - 995 pages
Comprised of 58 articles written especially for this volume, it provides an account of the history, theological basis and practice, and the state of the study of religion and religions. A comprehensive introduction to the many and varied religions practiced in the world today.
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The Study of Religion and Religions
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