Sourcebook of the World's Religions: An Interfaith Guide to Religion and Spirituality
New World Library, Feb 8, 2011 - Religion - 420 pages
Now in its third edition, this is the most comprehensive work available on the rich variety of paths available to today's spiritual seekers. More than an academic reference, it explores how religions can collaborate to help the world. Essays exploring the realm of building an interfaith community add to the book's detailed portraits of the major religious traditions. The Sourcebook also contains essays on spiritual practices as diverse as theosophy, wicca, and indigenous religions. This revised edition of the Sourcebook offers an unparalleled look at where spirituality is headed in the coming millennium.
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Beversluis, editor and publisher of CoNexus Press, edited the first edition of this work (A Sourcebook for Earth's Community of Religions) for participants in the 1993 Parliament of the World's ... Read full review
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on G-D'S web for(e!): Ramakrishna said to his disciple Vivekananda,
"I see (know) God better than I see (know) you Vivekananda"
Q1: according to Swami Vivekananda who's a 'traitor'?
A1: all educated men who 'do nothing' to educate ignorant men
Q2: according to Swami Vivekananda who are 'no better than savages'?
A2: all rich men who 'do nothing' to eradicate hunger
Q3: did not Swami Vivekananda think THAT >123 years ago?
A3: si! oui! vai! hai! haan! jee! ja! yea!
Q4: did not Swami Vivekananda say THAT <123 years ago?
A4: si! oui! vai! hai! haan! jee! ja! yea!
Fact: Swami Vivekananda thought (caught) THAT
before Swami Vivekananda could 'say and feed' us THAT
ho ho ho