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

Articles:

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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