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Nor, is this a book that you can just read leisurely in one setting, it must be read a second time to be absorbed.
Her sources (she doesn't list a bibliography, so I am going from her notes, as well as the "Suggested Reading" section) are, for the most part, much older.
This book does a great job of tracking the history of God through each of his religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Whether you're a believer or not, I don't think you can seriously discuss religion without reading this book.Published 1 day ago by PassionSubmitionson87
I haven't finished the book, but I'm far enough along to note that the author is very well informed of her subject matter, her writing style and opinions are firm, but usually not... Read morePublished 5 days ago by mark fellows
Ms Armstrong knows how to communicate the sweep and depth of civilization, identifying the major factors which shape actions by humans. Read morePublished 6 days ago by arthur v neis
Really enjoyed this book. Was my first introduction into the Muslim and Jewish religion.
I really loved how this book explained how religion came into existence! Read more
A history that corrects a lot if misinformation on all three of the religions and reveals their common messages. Read morePublished 12 days ago by C A Ridge Jr
I found it a long book to read and fully digest, One has to be impresseed with the detail and research Armstrong must have collected in the production of the book. Read morePublished 13 days ago by frankp
What if there was only one God? And what if the endlessly variegated religions of the world merely reflect rival visions of that same God? Read morePublished 16 days ago by Daniel Bastian