World Scriptures: An Introduction to Comparative Religions

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Paulist Press, 1986 - Religion - 298 pages
World Scripture is a guidebook to the primary source materials of the classical, living religions of the world. It is a guidebook which innovatively blends critical and interpretative tools with sacred symbols and stories of Ultimacy.
 

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It's not possible for we humans to know about the religious miracles that have taken place over the years by reading all of them in our lifetime's in these days. Here is a book written for all the man kind to know it in this life time itself....
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Contents

SACRED TRADITIONS AND TEXTS
7
B Studying Religions
9
C Characterizing Sacred Texts
10
D Understanding Sacred Texts
12
THE HINDU TRUE SELF The Vedas and Upanishads
18
THE DIVINE LORD KRISHNA The Bhagavad Gita
49
THE TRACKLESS BUDDHA The Dhammapada
73
THE CONFUCIAN WAY The Analects of Confucius
96
THE COVENANT OF ISRAEL The Torah
170
THE JESUS STORY The Gospels and Pauls Letters
207
THE MUSLIM WITNESS The Holy Quran
250
ENCOUNTER OF SACRED SCRIPTURES
282
A CrossReanimation of Sacred Texts
283
B The Aum of Jesus
284
C The Tao of Jesus
285
D The Zen of Jesus
287

THE TAOIST WAY The Tao Te Ching and Chaung Tzu
118
ZENS ORIGINAL FACE The Diamond and The Platform Sutra
142
Eastern and Western
291
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