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by Helen R. Bond,Seth D. Kunin,Francesca Murphy




Though they are intimately related, most textbooks cover either religious studies or theology, leaving students lacking in exposure to one or the other of these associated disciplines. Religious Studies and Theology: An Introduction offers a comprehensive introduction to both subjects in one inclusive volume.

The text is written in an accessible style and is meant for beginning students and all those interested in learning about these fields. It is divided into six sections, including Theories of Religion; World Religions; Biblical Studies; Practical Theology; Systematic Theology; and The Philosophy of Religion. The volume also contains a guide for further reading as well as boxes to explain key terms. Offering thorough and cutting-edge coverage of all aspects of these fields, it is the only introduction to the whole of religious studies and theology in a single-volume format.

Contributors: Douglas J. Davies, Seth D. Kunin, Hugh Goddard, Martin A. Mills, Matthew Wood, F. Michael Perko, Paul Ellingworth, Ken Aitken, Helen K. Bond, John Swinton, Henry R. Sefton, Francesca Aran Murphy, and Derek Cross.

Download Religious Studies and Theology: An Introduction (Religion, Race, and Ethnicity) epub
ISBN: 0814799140
ISBN13: 978-0814799147
Category: Religion
Subcategory: Religious Studies
Author: Helen R. Bond,Seth D. Kunin,Francesca Murphy
Language: English
Publisher: NYU Press (May 1, 2003)
Pages: 632 pages
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