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Dictionary of Beliefs & Religions

by Rosemary Goring

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Published by Wordsworth Editions Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference works,
  • Religion: general,
  • Spirituality,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Reference,
  • General,
  • Dictionaries,
  • Religions

  • Edition Notes

    Wordsworth Collection

    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages624
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8978708M
    ISBN 101853263540
    ISBN 109781853263545

    Wondering about the vast array of belief systems in our diverse world? This newly revised and expanded resource provides fast, reliable information on the history and beliefs of today's religions. Formerly published as The Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions, and the Occult, it features up-to-date information on Islam, Freemasonry, Heaven's Gate, and more. pages, 5/5(1). Read this book on Questia. The primary focus of this dictionary is on religious studies. Since any serious study of religion entails some understanding of the philosophical implicates of religious beliefs and practices, many entries relate to philosophical issues and the thinkers who have addressed them, ranging from Plato and Kant to William James and Charles Peirce.

    Get this from a library! Chambers dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Mark Vernon;] -- Even in our high-tech world, billions of people continue to place their faith in a god, or gods, in spirits or in another form of divinity. Many adhere to beliefs outside the major faith traditions. RELIGION. re-lij'-un: "Religion" and "religious" in Elizabethan English were used frequently to denote the outward expression of worship. This is the force of threskeia, translated "religion" in Acts ; James ,27 (with adjective threskos, "religious"), while the same noun in Colossians is rendered "worshipping" ("cult" would give the exact meaning).

    Religion definition is - the state of a religious. How to use religion in a sentence. Religion, human beings’ relation to that which they regard as holy, sacred, absolute, spiritual, divine, or worthy of especial reverence. Worship, moral conduct, right belief, and participation in religious institutions are among the constituent elements of the religious life.


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That 'Chambers Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions' is published by Hachette and distributed by evokes the symbiotic melding of old and new together with the mystical dimension of a coincidence in that Dr. Zamenhof long ago chose the former body too. Paul Desailly. Whyalla Baha'i Community.

50 Bevan Cres. Whyalla South Australia5/5(3). Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions (Wordsworth Collection) Paperback – August 1, by Rosemary Goring (Author, Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(2).

Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work provides answers to all aspects of the world /5(17). Next to A New Dictionary of Religions (LJ 11/15/95), it lacks a bibliography, but it includes guides to pronunciation, a feature absent from the former as well as from Continuum Dictionary of Religion (Continuum, ) and Larousse Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions /5(4).

The Penguin Dictionary of Religions covers: religions throughout the world, including Buddhism, Christianity, Gnosticism, Hinduism, Islam, Jains, Judaism, and New Religious Movements; whole new sections, notably on religions in migration, Afro-Caribbean religious movements, modern North American developments, traditional religions in Latin America and Japanese New Religious Cited by: The book acknowledges even the anti-religious view of Marx or implicitly the new atheists but takes seriously religious belief as a pervasive and encompassing aspect of human life.

With plentiful illustrations the bo For someone new to the varieties of religious culture this volume provides a handy and compact introduction/5. Larousse dictionary of beliefs and religions by Rosemary Goring, Frank Whaling,Larousse edition, in English About the Book "A comprehensive outline of spiritual concepts from prehistory to the present"--Cover.

Cited by: 3. John Bowker Abridged from the acclaimed Oxford Dictionary of World Religions, this Concise version is written by an expert team of 80 international and multi-faith contributors. It contains entries on all the major and many minor religions, including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Shinto, Sikhism, and Taoism.

In general, the HarperCollins dictionary has more coverage of religions, while the Oxford dictionary provides more coverage of concepts, people, events, and so on. For example, HarperCollins has several pages on Afro-Brazilian religions, while Oxford has a /5(25).

For any thinking person asking serious questions about the issues of our day and matters of belief this new edition of Chambers Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions is a 'must have'. It is an invaluable reference book to have readily at s: 3.

The Wordsworth dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Rosemary Goring;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for First published in as "The Book of Ceremonial Magic", this work explains the rites, mysteries and secret traditions of witchcraft, sorcery, and "Infernal Necromancy.

Larousse dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Rosemary Goring; Frank Whaling;] -- "A comprehensive outline of spiritual concepts from prehistory to the present"--Cover.

This book covers all major world religions and beliefs. Exceptionally broad scope giving insight into beliefs and practices of all major religions and ideologies. Some of these belief systems may not be "religions" according to traditional definitions (they might better be called "philosophies" or "movements"), and some are even anti-religion.

The grounds for a group's inclusion is simply that it offers an explanation of ultimate reality or the purpose of life and has attracted a significant number of.

Description: The definitive dictionary of the world's religions, compiled by two of the 20th century's most distinguished religion scholars. This highly accessible resource distils Mircea Eliade's lifework of detailing and comparing humanity's entire religious heritage, providing fascinating insights into the character and worldview of the 33 principal religions.

Today philosophy of religion is a robust, intensely active area of philosophy. The importance of philosophy of religion is chiefly due to subject matter: alternative beliefs about God, Brahman, and the sacred, the vari eties of religious experience, the interplay between science and religion, the challenge of non-religious philosophies, the nature.

The Dictionary of Bible and religion by,Abingdon edition, in English. The Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions and the Occult is probably the most significant reference book on the subject to be published in recent decades.

In addition to traditional, well-known groups such as Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, Islam, and Baha'i, the Dictionary of Cults, Sects, Religions and the Occult deals with groups that are not yet well-known but are.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. A website related to this book can be found at: World Religions New Religions Worldviews Religious Leaders Cults Beliefs 8c Practices Doctrines Ideas Scriptures 8c Sacred Texts CONCISE DICTIONARY OF RELIGION 1 R VI red G.

rded. d hi. AZARETHA. THER 'CAL PERA. Espo. URKHEIM, NKAR. 71 b, W- in ens ei. This revised and updated edition of A Dictionary of Philosophy of Religion is the work of not only editors Charles Taliaferro and Elsa J. Marty, but also over seventy philosophy and religion scholars from around the begins with a brief but largely comprehensive introduction, followed by an overview of resources in philosophy of religion and a chronology of key figures in religion.

Get this from a library! Chambers dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Rosemary Goring; Frank Whaling;] -- Spanning all periods of history, this book has more than A-Z entries covering major faiths and ideologies from Hinduism, Islam and Christianity to scientology, pantheism and witchcraft.

Intended.faith, religion, religious belief, religious beliefs, religious persuasion, religious conviction, religious group, faith community, church View synonyms count noun A pursuit or interest followed with great devotion.a set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.