Religions for Today by Roger Whiting
  

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Religions for Today by Roger Whiting

This edition meets the need of GCSE and Standard Grade syllabuses, and also provides stimulating reading for anyone interested in reading about these faiths. The book is structured by topics, allowing a closer comparison than would be possible if they were dealt with separately. Each chapter is subdivided by religion, so that one religion can be followed from beginning to end. This is not just another book of 'exam facts' - the author is also concerned to present the internal faith of religious adherents. The author gathered information on a travelling scholarship in Asia, where he lived in ashrams, temples and monasteries in India, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, and Japan.

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Format

Paperback
288 pages
Interest Age: Age 14-16yrs

Author

Roger Whiting
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

1st April 1991

ISBN

9780748705863


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