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The Great Religions by Which Men Live
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Cover of the book "The Great Religions by Which Men Live"
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Author Floyd H. Ross; Tynette Hills
Publisher The Beacon Press
Language    EN
Year 1985
ISBN 0-449-30825-1
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Pages 192
Binding paperback
Weight 0
Price 3 USD
Genre /politics/religion/
About Formerly: questions that matter most asked by the world's religions. A survey of the world's basic religions: Brahmanic Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Islam, Judaism, Shintoism and Taoism. This little book focuses on the unifying principles and different perspectives of major world religions. It is not a comparative religion textbook but rather a simple book which shows how it is possible to appreciate many religious traditions.
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"The Great Religions by Which Men Live" is a book written by Floyd H. Ross and Tynette Hills in a set religion genre. This paperback edition published in 1985 by "The Beacon Press" without series.

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Formerly: questions that matter most asked by the world's religions. A survey of the world's basic religions: Brahmanic Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Islam, Judaism, Shintoism and Taoism. This little book focuses on the unifying principles and different perspectives of major world religions. It is not a comparative religion textbook but rather a simple book which shows how it is possible to appreciate many religious traditions.

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