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Welcome to the Comparative Religion wikibook. This book is meant to explore world religions while discussing similarities and differences in themes, stories, locations, ideas, etc. Prior knowledge of religious theory should not be needed to understand the content of this book. Feel free to contribute, or ask questions on the discussion page.
- Why study other religions?
- History of religion
- Myth, story, history, archetype
- Suffering and justice
- The city
- Places of power
- Life as sacred
- Death as sacred
- The other world
- The afterlife
- Faith and freedom
- Boquet, A. C. (Reprint with revisions 1969) Comparative Religion: A Short Outline. Baltimore: Penguin Books ISBN 1199181277
- Leeming, David Adams (1990) The World of Myth: An Anthology. New York:Oxford University Press ISBN 0195056019
- Oden, Robert (Presenter) (1998) God and Mankind: Comparative Religion Chantilly, VA: The Teaching Company