World Religions: An Introduction for Students

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Sussex Academic Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Religion - 431 pages
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Accessible in scope, this volume presents the world religions of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. Emphasis is placed on the living religion and the whole work is designed as a first-level introduction for those who have little or no previous knowledge of these six religions.

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Jeaneane Fowler is a former head of philosophy and religious studies at the University of Wales–Newport, and a former honorary research fellow. Her publications include Hinduism: Beliefs and Practices; Humanism; and Perspectives of Reality. Merv Fowler is the former head of philosophy and religious studies at the University of Wales–Newport. He is an accomplished writer who has written for the media and had his works broadcast by the BBC. David Norcliffe is subject head of global citizenship and the program head of science subjects in the School of Humanities and Science at the University of Wales–Newport. Nora Hill is a lecturer on Christian theology and world religions at the University of Wales–Newport. Diane Watkins specializes in Christianity and is a lecturer on religious studies at the University of Wales–Newport.

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