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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | The Indispensable Guide to Practically Everything: World Religions and What People Believe.pdf | Language: English
    Bryan McAnally(Author)

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The Indispensable Guide to Practically Everything is an innovative new series of popular reference books about understanding the essentials of faith.

The Indispensable Guide to Practically Everything: World Religions and What People Believe puts at readers' fingertips all the need-to-know information about today's major religions. From Christianity, Judaism and Islam to Hinduism, Buddhism and Mormonism, this book cuts through the confusion and succinctly explains and compares facts about core beliefs and practices.

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  • PDF | 256 pages
  • Bryan McAnally(Author)
  • GuidepostsBooks (March 1, 2009)
  • English
  • 2
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  • By cgat on October 20, 2009

    Not only well researched and thought out, but delivered in an excellent learning/teaching style! Great job Mr. McAnally.

  • By Katie Davis on April 3, 2015

    I am very satisfied with my purchase. Thanks.

  • By HappyME on November 9, 2009

    I'm more than a little surprised at how much I like this book and the way it's presented. Written to provide insight for Christians interested in other belief systems, it's objective and thorough. I'm not a Christian and started into the book (which I actually bought by mistake) with caution. To my surprise, I found Bryan McAnally's research most impressive. I'm still not a Christian but I know a whole lot more about it and, especially, the other religions covered. As I say, I was surprised. Even more so that I'm keeping the book as a reference. A "well done" to Bryan McAnally and to Guideposts for publishing is.Highly recommended to those curious about what and how the world's people believe.HG

  • By Guest on April 17, 2011

    The first half of the book seems to be well researched and is written in a nice casual & concise format to make it an easy read. The book as a whole is skewed very clearly with a bias in favor of Christianity and critical of other religions. Also, the section on Agnosticism, Atheism, and Secular Humanism is quite critical of people who fall into this category. The fact that the author tries to place non-believers into a "religious" category claiming they "Believe in Unbelief" is poorly researched and presumptuous. It seems any research done on non-believers was seen through critical eyes and focused on a very small group of nonbelievers. Cast a wider net if you want to get to the heart of a non-believers actual belief system.


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