Panitza Library

Subject Week: "Major World Religions"

February 14, 2021

Print books:

1. Amore, R. C., Hussain, A., & Oxtoby, W. G. (Eds.). (2019). World religions. Eastern traditions (5th ed.). New York, NY : Oxford University Press.  BL80.3 .W65 2019

2. Bishop, P., & Darton, M. (Eds.). (1989). The encyclopedia of world faiths : an illustrated survey of the world's living religions. London : Macdonald Orbis.   BL80.2 .E495 1989

3. Bouquet, A. C. (1966). Hinduism. London: Hutchinson's University Library.   BL2001 .B68 1966

4. Bowker, J. (2012). The message and the book : sacred texts of the world's religions. New Haven  [Conn.] : Yale University Press. BL70 .B64 2012

5. Dowley, T. (2014). Introduction to world religions (C. Partridge, Ed.; 4th ed.). Oxford : Lion. BL80.3 .I58 2014

6. Hussain, A., Amore, R. C., & Oxtoby, W. G. (Eds.). (2019). World religions. Western traditions (5th ed.). New York, NY : Oxford University Press.  BL80.3 .W66 2019

7. Joy, M. (Ed.). (2020). Explorations in women, rights, and religions. Sheffield, South Yorkshire ; Bristol, CT : Equinox Publishing ltd.    BL458 .E97 2020

8.  Kurtz, L. R. (1995). Gods in the global village : the world's religions in sociological perspective. Thousand Oaks Calif.: Pine Forge Press.                  BL60 .K87 1995

9. Kraemer, H. (1960). World cultures and world religions. Philadelphia: Westminster Press.  BR127 .K7 1960

10. Neusner, J. (Ed.). (1997). God. Cleveland OH : Pilgrim Press.   BL205 .G62 1997

11. Noss, D. S. (1999). A history of the world's religions (10th ed.). Upper Saddler River NJ : Prentice  Hall. BL80.2 .N59 1999

12. Smith, H. (1991). The world's religions : our great wisdom traditions. San Francisco CA : HarperSanFrancisco.     BL80.2 .S645 1991

13. Toropov, B., & Buckles, L. (2004). The complete idiot's guide to world religions (3rd ed.). New York: Alpha Books.  BL80.3 .T67 2004

14. Voorst, R. Van. (2014). RELG : world. Stamford, CT : Wadsworth, Cengage Learning.  BL80.3 .V36 2015

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books and articles.

E - Books:

1. Ben Rafael, E., & Sternberg, Y. (2010). World Religions and Multiculturalism : A Dialectic Relation. Brill. 

2. Boyd, R. (2017). Approaching the world’s religions, volume 1 : Philosophically thinking about world religions. ProQuest Ebook Central

3. Brackney, W. H. (2010). Studying christianity : The critical issues. ProQuest Ebook

4. D'Costa, G. (Ed.). (2011). The catholic church and the world religions : A theological and phenomenological account. ProQuest Ebook Central

5. Deming, W., & Deming, W. (2015). Understanding the religions of the world : An introduction. ProQuest Ebook Central

6. Encyclopaedia, B. I. (2006). Encyclopedia of world religions. ProQuest Ebook Central

7. Kenney, J. T., & Moosa, E. (Eds.). (2013). Islam in the modern world. ProQuest Ebook Central 

8. Peter Clarke. (1990). The World’s Religions: Islam. Routledge.

9. Ridgeon, L. (Ed.). (2003). Major world religions : From their origins to the present. ProQuest Ebook Central

10. Wright, M. J. (2012). Studying judaism : The critical issues. ProQuest Ebook Central


1. Chidester David. (2018). World Religions in the World. Journal for the Study of Religion, 31(1), 41–53.

2. GARDNER, A. (2020). Students and the Study of Religion: The Extra-Curricular Origins of the World Religions Paradigm. Implicit Religion, 23(1), 54–62.

3. Moe, D. T. (2019). Robert Boyd’s Theology of Religions -An Extended Review. Christian Scholar’s Review, 48(4), 403.

4. Nicolas Baumard, & Coralie Chevallier. (2015). The nature and dynamics of world religions: a life-history approach. Proceedings: Biological Sciences, 282(1818), 1–9.

5. Shoemaker, T. D. (2019). World Religion and Fake News: A Pedagogical Response in an  Age of Post-Truth. Teaching Theology & Religion, 22(4), 280–290.

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