Beliefs That Changed The World: The History and Ideas of the Great Religions

Author:

John Bowker

Publisher:

Quercus Publishing

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Publisher

Quercus Publishing

Publication Year 2015
ISBN-13

9781848669000

ISBN-10 1848669003
Binding

Paperback

Edition FIRST
Number of Pages 304 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 13 x 1 x 19
Weight (grms) 238

Religious beliefs have shaped the history of the world. Their effect can be seen in culture, philosophy and politics, and they have inspired people to serve others and to create great works of art, architecture and music. Yet differences in belief can cause bloodshed and war. Never before has it been more urgent to understand the great religions if we are to make sense of our 21st century world, its achievements and its conflicts. This new, revised edition of Beliefs That Changed the World tells the story of the major faiths from their earliest beginnings to their present day impact.

John Bowker

John Bowker is a former Professor of Theology at Cambridge University and the editor of the Oxford Dictionary of World Religions and the Dorling Kindersley Companion to the Bible. His book The Meaning of Death received the HarperCollins Religious Book Award and his numerous other titles include What Muslims Believe, God - A Brief History and The Sacred Neuron.
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