The World's Religions: Worldviews and Contemporary Issues
William A. Young employs a set of engaging, essential questions to draw students into a concise, contemporary study of the world's religions. Coverage includes major religions, as well as indigenous religions and new religious movements, providing basic history and worldviews of each. Unlike other leading texts on the market, Young devotes an entire section to twenty-first century ethical concerns--ecology, economics, war, capital punishment, abortion, euthanasia, gender, and sexual orientation--describing in a balanced manner how world religions understand and address these issues.
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jewish well-being in the modern world. Its founder, Mordecai Kaplan, called
judaism “an evolving religious civilization.” This movement has created “jewish
Community Centers” as places wherejewish culture can be celebrated and
At the end of the nineteenth century a movement called Catholic Modernism tried
to examine Church teaching in the light of the modern study of the Bible and the
accepted theories of contemporary science, such as evolution. The movement ...
Others, like Deep Ecology, have emerged out of the modern environmental
movement. Wicca: Renewing European Witchcraft The word “witch” conjures up
an image of an old woman dressed in black with a pointed hat, stirring a cauldron
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