The major religions of the world are no longer in faraway places; they’re now in our own neighborhoods, colleges, and workplaces. These faiths are very much a part of our everyday lives, which makes it vital for us to know their history, teachings, and traditions so we can better relate to the people who profess them.
This easy-to-read, user-friendly reference explains the origins of each major world religion, provides an overview of key beliefs and practices, introduces key leaders and teachers within each religion, and shares strategic “contact points” to help build bridges from a Christian worldview.
This book can form the basis of a history credit in comparative religions or a Bible elective credit. 292 pp.
The Popular Encyclopedia of World Religions
Publisher: Harvest House
Author: Richard Wolff
Age: 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, Adult
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Topic: Bible Study, Religions, Comparative Religion, Worldview