Religions of the World
Peter Bedrick Books, 2000 - Reference - 95 pages
Welcome to a fascinating world of learning for young people! Religions of the World is impeccably researched and lavishly illustrated. Covering all the essential areas of religions of our world, this book is designed to help readers make sense of the fundamental questions and issues of today's world. This books was produced in collaboration with specialists and secondary school teachers.
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