The meaning and end of religion: a new approach to the religious traditions of mankind

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Macmillan, 1963 - Christianity and other religions - 340 pages
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This book still has plenty of food for thought, but it is quite dated now. In particular, when one takes into account the critical work that occupies most of the first half, the conclusion seems overly optimistic and kind of leaves the modern reader hanging. Read full review

Review: The Meaning and End of Religion

User Review  - Goodreads

This book still has plenty of food for thought, but it is quite dated now. In particular, when one takes into account the critical work that occupies most of the first half, the conclusion seems overly optimistic and kind of leaves the modern reader hanging. Read full review

Contents

Religion in the West
15
Other cultures The Religions
51
The Special Case of Islam
80
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