Living Religions: A Brief Introduction 3/e provides an updated and concise introduction to what is living and significant in the religions of the modern world. This survey explores the historical development and teachings of traditional faiths, indigenous religions and new religious movements, and considers how the contemporary beliefs and practices of each of these traditions have evolved.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Religious Responses
Chapter 2: Indigenous Sacred Ways
Chapter 3: Hinduism
Chapter 4: Jainism
Chapter 5: Buddhism
Chapter 6: Daoism and Confucianism
Chapter 7: Shinto and Zoroastrianism
Chapter 8: Judaism
Chapter 9: Christianity
Chapter 10: Islam
Chapter 11: Sikhism
Chapter 12: Religion in a New Era