Handbook of New Age
James Lewis, Daren Kemp
BRILL, May 28, 2007 - Religion - 496 pages
The New Age Handbook is a comprehensive survey of alternative spiritualities: their history, their global impact, their cultural influence and how they are understood by scholars.
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