Patterns of religion
Six scholars speak with one voice in this engaging yet comprehensive presentation of the seven main traditions in world religion. Its ten chapters make it an ideal choice for courses in length from one quarter to one semester. Each chapter follows this organization: beliefs, practices, history, contemporary perspectives, and source readings. Supporting end-of -chapter material helps to frame the material and encourage further inquiry. Expertly written and constructed, this text offers unparalleled flexibility for instructors.
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Perceptions of the Sacred
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Africa Allah ancient urban animals Asia belief body Buddha Buddhism called Celestial Masters century C.E. ceremonies China Chinese Christ Christian Church Confucian Confucius context cosmos creation culture death deity divine doctrine earth emperor ethnic evil example existence experience faith father female gions gious God's Goddess gods groups Heaven Hindu Hinduism holy human important India Islam Israel Jainism Japan Jesus Jewish Jews Judaism living Lord Mahayana male means meditation Mishnah modern moral movement Muhammad Muslim myths nature Neandertals Neo-Confucian Neolithic nontheistic orishas Paleolithic period person philosopher political practice prayer prehistoric prehistoric religions priest Quran reli religion religious traditions rites ritual role Roman sacraments sacred sacrifice scholars scripture Shinto shrine Sikhism social society soul spirit stone symbols Talmud Tao Te Ching Taoist teaching temple term texts theology Theravada things tion Torah tribal truth ultimate University women worship
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