Spectators Guide to World Religions Student Handbook
For years 10 to 12. In a multi-cultural world with an ever-growing diversity of ethnic and religious belief, the study of comparative religion, worldviews and value systems has never been more relevant.
Winner of the Australian Christian Book of the Year for 2005, John Dickson's A Spectator's Guide to World Religions examines the claims of the world's five major religions - Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Islam and Christianity - what they teach, how they view the world, how they differ from one another and, most importantly, challenges the reader to see that these five religions cannot all be true.
|Subject||Studies of Religion|