A guide to religions
S.P.C.K. : United Society for Christian Literature for the Theological Education Fund, Jan 1, 1975 - Religion - 271 pages
This book discusses world religions - including Christianity - as part of the social and cultural context within which Christians live and work. Includes contributions by J. Kudadjie, L. de Silva, R. Rakena, T. Ryu and T. K. Thomas.
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Four Traditional Religions
Chapters THE RELIGION OF THE GA IN GHANA
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apostles Arab Arabia atua became BIBLE STUDY blessings Buddha Buddhism called centuries ceremonies chapter China Chinese Christ Christians Church Confucianism Confucius countries death deities described different religions Dinka disciples DISCUSSION AND RESEARCH divinities evil example faith father festival Gautama Buddha give God's gods groups heaven Hindu Hinduism holy human important India Islam Israelites Jerusalem Jesus Jewish Jews kami kingdom Lao Tzu lines live Lord Mahayana Maori means Mecca Medina monks Muhammad Muslims Muslims believe nations Nhialic nirvana Noble Eightfold Path numbered paras offered Old Testament Palestine person pilgrimage practices pray prayers preached priests prophets Qur'an relationship religious REVIEW OF CONTENT rituals Roman sacred sacrifice Scriptures Shaman Shari'a Shinto Shintoism shrines sometimes spirits story STUDY SUGGESTIONS WORD subsection SUGGESTIONS WORD STUDY Taoism taught teaching temples Theravada things traditional tribes Vesak worship Wulomo Yahweh