A companion to religious studies and theology
Helen Katharine Bond, Seth Daniel Kunin, Francesca Aran Murphy
Edinburgh University Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Religion - 632 pages
A comprehensive introduction to Religious Studies and Theology in one inclusive volume. Based on the core components of Religious Studies and Theology degrees, this book is designed to function as the main text for beginning students and for use throughout their studies.
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