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I am really curious about religion and history and this book was a great read for me.
While Mr. Prothero may want more individuals to be members of organized religion, it has nothing to do with his premise, and detracts from the same.
This book is a great primer for anyone interested in understanding the religions of the world and their influence on all cultures.
Wonderful learning tool for introduction to religious studies. Every Junior High or High School needs this. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Michael Jeffery
I have not completely read this presentation by Dr. Prothero ,however, it has very strong christian bias. Read morePublished 25 days ago by william De savino
I found this very helpful. I think it is a must read for everyone!Published 1 month ago by A. Stjernstrom
I had to read some of this for school. This guy.. I can't stand him. His points are awful.Published 1 month ago by Feiku
Gives the basics so that one can speak to any religious group with understanding using their terms which generally both pleases them and keeps them off your back for conversion.Published 2 months ago by Phillip J. Pisciotta
As a graduate student in literature, I chose to focus on Native American contemporary literature and did concurrent studies in religious studies to better understand the deep... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jude
Faith without substance seems to mark religious development throughout the world. Though this book is somewhat dated, it nevertheless gives the reader a good inside look at the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bert Downs
A good argument for religious literacy in America, but I'd hoped this book would spend more time filling in the gaps in our understanding on religion rather than pointing them out. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ryanne
Very good overview, and interesting read, that leads to the understanding of other cultures and their values. I definitely recommend it.Published 11 months ago by Aggie Frizzell