Holy People of the World: A Cross-cultural Encyclopedia, Volume 3

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Phyllis G. Jestice
ABC-CLIO, 2004 - Religion - 999 pages

A cross-cultural encyclopedia of the most significant holy people in history, examining why people in a wide range of religious traditions throughout the world have been regarded as divinely inspired.

 

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With contributions from over 200 international experts in religious studies and related fields, this reference work brings together over 1100 biographies of "founders, leaders, heroes, shamans, holy ... Read full review

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The description of Guru Har Rai's time seems to be inaccurate. At one place, on page 345, Ram Rai is described as Guru Har Rai's eldest son. A few sentences later he is described as Guru Har Rai's cousin

Contents

A CrossCultural Encyclopedia A
1
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia B
91
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia C
153
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia D
213
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia E
247
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia F
269
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia G
289
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia H
337
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia O
649
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia P
667
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia Q
709
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia R
715
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia S
755
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia T
835
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia U
875
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia V
881

A CrossCultural Encyclopedia I
385
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia J
413
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia K
459
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia L
491
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia M
523
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia N
619
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia W
905
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia X
925
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia Y
927
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia Z
935
A CrossCultural Encyclopedia INDEX
947
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