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Sussex Library of Study – Religious Beliefs & Practices

The Sussex Library of Religious Beliefs & Practices is a highly-acclaimed range
of titles covering all the major, and most of the minor, religions
thriving in the world today.

The books are written by respected experts and practitioners in their fields.
The series has received encouraging reviews, and continues to feature
on the reading lists of many courses in the US and UK.

 

The Ancient Egyptians
Rosalie David

Buddhism
Merv Fowler

Chinese Religions
Jeaneane and Merv Fowler

Christian Theology
John Glyndwr Harris

Gnosticism
John Glyndwr Harris

Hinduism
Jeaneane Fowler

Hindu Goddesses
Lynn Foulston and Stuart Abbot

Humanism
Jeaneane Fowler

Islam: Faith and Practice
David Norcliffe

The Jews
Alan Unterman

The Middle Eastern Founders of Religion
Solomon Nigosian

The Protestant Reformation
Madeleine Gray

The Sikhs
Owen Cole and Piara Singh Sambhi

T’ai Chi Ch’uan
Jeaneane Fowler and Shifu Keith Ewers

Wicca
Ethan Doyle White

Zoroastrianism
Peter Clark

 

 

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