The Sacred Paths of the West

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Macmillan, Jan 1, 1994 - Christianity - 260 pages
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Introduces students to the western religious traditions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam by integrating historical descriptions with thematic comparisons of each. The text approaches these religions as historically unique systems and focuses on comparative key themes and issues.

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Review: The Sacred Paths of the West (3rd Edition)

User Review  - Irina - Goodreads

I learned a lot from this book, but it was very broad and sometimes over generalized. However, for it's purpose of giving a quick understanding of Western religions it worked wonderfully. I'll probably still use it as a reference for other classes. Read full review

Review: The Sacred Paths of the West (3rd Edition)

User Review  - Anniesotm - Goodreads

A great attempt at a non-biased and very informative piece on the world's three Abrahamic religions. Read full review

Contents

PARI
2
Basic Human Concerns and Religious Responses
9
Key Terms in the Introduction
24
Copyright

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