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A wise and witty road map for exploring lifes big questions
Why are we here? How should we live? What happens after we die? Why does evil exist? This lively and informative reference explains how the worlds great religions answer these questions and shows how religious beliefs and rituals give meaning to life and help us cope with conflict, adversity, marriage, and much more!
The Dummies Way
Wow what a great title. Hopefully the inside of the book explains in simple terms WHY religion is for dummies exactlyPublished 9 months ago by John E Bollen
I was very happy with this product.
Was packaged nicely.
Better quality than I thought. Read more
This book is written in VERY simple terms at a low reading level. I was looking more for the basics and beginnings or religions rather than the break down of why religions do what... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amber Mike
This book came in a good time period. So far this has been a very good book. Thanks to the one who sent it.Published on July 23, 2012 by J.P.
I agree with "Seeker" and others. Not only is Protestantism poorly represented, so also is the ancient Eastern Orthodox Church - and, each of the 5 references is in error. Read morePublished on May 22, 2012 by T. Tyler
I had to write an essay about a religious theme of my choice and simply could not decide on which due to this great book, so I simply took all of them. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by mieke-maus
"So a priest and a rabbi walk in to a publisher's office . . ."
The cover invites us to "Explore the world's great religions with TV's the God Squad." Indeed. Read more
I found out all to late the book was written by christian pastors, and quickly discovered the book had a biased slant to it. Read morePublished on January 31, 2010 by The Great Nagneto
"Religion for Dummies" was disappointing from the outset. Even the editors forgot to put "is" in the title. Despite this glaring oversight, I read the contents anyway. Read morePublished on November 27, 2008 by Matthew Peter Russell