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         World Religions:     more books (100)
  1. The World's Religions: Our Great Wisdom Traditions by Huston Smith, 1991-09-13
  2. Experiencing the World's Religions by Michael Molloy, 2006-12-12
  3. Religions of the World with Sacred World CD-ROM (10th Edition) by Lewis M. Hopfe, Mark R. Woodward, 2006-07-16
  4. World Religions: The Great Faiths Explored & Explained by John Bowker, 2006-02-20
  5. Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change with PowerWeb: World Religions by Michael Molloy, 2004-07-02
  6. The Illustrated World's Religions: A Guide to Our Wisdom Traditions by Huston Smith, 1995-09-22
  7. World Religions Today by John L. Esposito, Darrell J. Fasching, et all 2005-11-24
  8. History of the World's Religions (12th Edition) by David Noss, Blake R. Grangaard, 2007-04-28
  9. World Religions by Warren Matthews, 2006-02-28
  10. One World, Many Religions: The Ways We Worship by Mary Pope Osborne, 1996-10-01
  11. World Religions in America: An Introduction (3rd Edition)
  12. Introduction To World Religions by Christopher H. Partridge, 2005-04-30
  13. The Illustrated Guide to World Religions
  14. Christianity & World Religions: Wrestling With Questions People Ask, Participant's Book by Adam Hamilton, 2005-08-30

181. Approaching The Study Of Religion
Retrievable resources for and writings by religious studies students. Free public domain etexts, discussion forums, and useful links.
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A Repository of Retrievable Resources and Writings for and by Religious Studies Students
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  • N. Holbrook Assesments of twelve scholars and their approaches. Ray Slaughter Essays written as a first and second year student.
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To have your work included in the repository, please email Ray Submissions accepted in almost any file format (I will convert to php/html for web) or you may write your own html as N. Holbrook did (I reserve the right to edit html if necessary, but will not change the content). On Religious Studies at OSU: While religious studies at OSU occupies a position within the Comparative Studies department, I think it is only by testing and pushing back the borders imposed by that position that we in religious studies can achieve the goal stated in the university's new motto, "Do something great." We should all strive to make it clear that religious studies at OSU is fully capable of doing something great as we grow into this new century, putting OSU on the academic map as a site where we don't simply "do" religious studies, but make it clear why religious studies is essential to the future of our university, our nation, and the world.

182. Religious Movements Homepage Project
Jeffrey K. Hadden's extensive collection of resources covering cults, sects, and new and established religions. Includes profiles and links for over 200 religious movements, discussion of cult group controversies, and teaching course materials.
The Religious Movements Homepage Project
@The University of Virginia
Welcome to the Religious Movements Homepage Project! On this extensive Web site you will find detailed profiles of more than two hundred different religious groups and movements. Some of them may be very familiar to you, others not. In addition, there are other valuable resources, including information on "cult" controversies, essays by respected scholars, and teaching resources on which interested visitors are invited to draw. Begun nearly a decade ago in conjunction with a course on New Religious Movements that Prof. Jeffrey K. Hadden had taught at the University of Virginia for more than twenty years, the Religious Movements Homepage Project has grown into an Internet resource for teaching and scholarship that is widely acknowledged as among the finest in the world. The founding editor of the Religious Movements Homepage Project, Jeff Hadden, passed away in 2003. The new editor-in-chef is Douglas E. Cowan

183. Taking Back Our Gods And Holy Temples
A paper presented at the 1997 Association of Black Psychologists Annual Convention in Washington, DC, by Kwabena Faheem Ashanti, Ph.D., of North Carolina State University. Urges African Americans to replace Christianity and Islam with African Traditional religions.

184. Science Et Religion
Science et religion et si Dieu n'existait pas? D©monstration historique et scientifique.
Courriel: NB: Cette page n'est qu'un avis personnel.
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Le hasard fait bien les choses!

185. Religious And Sacred Texts
Book of the Dead Urantia Book Zen Texts Zoroastrian Texts family education research vita writings religion interests standards
Can the statement p = ~p ever be true? Can two religious systems whose teacings are in direct conflict both be correct? The truth is out there . These religious texts are presented for your exploration, in the hope that you will find it. If you know of texts that should be added to this page or broken links on this page, please let me know . Last updated 9/11/00.
Bhagavad Gita

Bahai Texts


Buddhist Texts
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187. Religion Depot
e depot Religion Beethoven ... Feedback Religion: Life Buddhism Taoism Christian ... Hinduism
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188. Wabash Center Internet Guide
annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion syllabi, electronic texts
A selective, annotated guide to a wide variety of electronic resources of interest to those who are involved in the study and practice of religion: syllabi, electronic texts, electronic journals, websites, bibliographies, listserv discussion groups, liturgies, reference resources, software, etc. The purpose of the Guide is to encourage and facilitate the incorporation of electronic resources into teaching. Search this Guide
(Search tips Guide Index About this Guide SUBJECT AREAS MATERIAL TYPES Religious Studies Topics Religions Geographical Areas Archaeology and Bible History of Christianity Practical Theology Christian Outreach Philosophy and Theology Social Thought

189. Religion Maps
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