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Introduction to World Religions

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Basil Scott (Author)
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October 1, 2017

The New Testament does not conform neatly to any modern attempts to define the Christian approach to other religions, argues Basil Scott. He confronts the ...

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August 1, 2016

Rich in experience and knowledge, Daughrity and Athyal introduce readers to the vibrancy of Indian Christianity like no other authors have done before.

Paul Hyoshin Kim (Author) Daniel L. Migliore (Author of the Foreword)
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April 1, 2016

Many people look to the 1970s and 1980s to find the cause of the rapid growth of Christianity in Korea. But to understand the real story behind the growth of the Korean church, we need to rediscover the story of the American missionary enterprises of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. There, we will learn how the story of the “American Christ” came to Korea and gradually became a part of the Korean people’s story. After the missions, he is no longer the American Christ, but Jesus of Korea.

Alan Race (Author)
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December 1, 2015

This book is about how to interpret the many religions, concentrating on what we call the “world religions,” for this has been the focus of most of the theological debate over the past fifty years. 

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July 1, 2015

A Guide to Religious Thought and Practices devotes a chapter to each of the world religions, all but one of which are written by a member of that faith community. Readers thus gain insiders' views into the theology, spirituality, and religious practice of each faith.

Beth Wright (Compiler/Editor)
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November 1, 2013

The Study Companion is a valuable additional resource for introductory courses in world religions that use Christopher Partridge's Introduction to World Religions, Second Edition and can be purchased individually, or as a part of a course pack.

Tim Dowley (Editor) Christopher Partridge (General Editor)
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November 1, 2013

The second edition has new and extended primary source readings, a stronger section on the religions of South Asia, additional maps, a new full-color, student-friendly format, and more.