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ISBN:0072986190
Author: Gary E. Kessler
ISBN13: 978-0072986198
Title: Studying Religion: An Introduction Through Cases
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Language: English
Category: Religious Studies
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 2 edition (June 22, 2005)
Pages: 448

Studying Religion: An Introduction Through Cases by Gary E. Kessler



Studying Religion: An In. .has been added to your Cart. This was the most AMAZING BOOK ON STUDYING RELIGION/RELIGIOUS COMPARISONS! Kessler maintains such a perfect neutrality for all religions and always gives you a good argument supporting his points. he kind of shows a sway in neutrality. He's not too fond of those guys).

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Kessler guides students through an unbiased and varied study of religious beliefs and practices such as sacred power, myths and rituals, religious art, the problem of evil, and the relationship between religion and morality. The text also addresses issues of gender and religious. see all 3 descriptions). Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

Kessler, Gary E. Subjects. Religion - Case studies. Religion - Study and teaching. Chapter 1: Thinking about Being a Student of Religion. Insider's and Outsider's Perspectives. Chapter 2: On Defining and Studying Religion. Marks of a Good Definition. Is Secular Humanism a Religion? . A Simple Map of the Field.

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Kessler guides students through an unbiased and varied study of religious beliefs and practices such as sacred power, myths and rituals, religious art, the problem of evil, and the relationship between religion and morality.

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Through the use of thought-provoking case studies, summaries, and review questions, this introductory level text shows students how to engage in the "academic" study of religion and helps instructors address some of the typical problems they encounter when introducing students to the study of religion. Kessler guides students through an unbiased and varied study of religious beliefs and practices such as sacred power, myths and rituals, religious art, the problem of evil, and the relationship between religion and morality. The text also addresses issues of gender and religious institutionalization.
Reviews: 7
Akirg
Really enjoyed reading this book for my class, has a large amount of helpful information. The only major issue is the Internet Resource links were out dated or they no longer exist. The Kindle edition was spot on with the pages numbers too!
Ffyan
I am in love with Gary Kessler. This was the most AMAZING BOOK ON STUDYING RELIGION/RELIGIOUS COMPARISONS! Kessler maintains such a perfect neutrality for all religions and always gives you a good argument supporting his points. (Except extreme Evangelical Christians... he kind of shows a sway in neutrality. He's not too fond of those guys). He also gives you examples of why certain aspects in different are both beneficial while still showing some of the dangers these beliefs might lead to. His writing style is just.... a work of art.
GawelleN
Was pleased with it.
Sadaron above the Gods
This book is interesting and easy to follow. I read it because I had to for a class but I would've read it a lot sooner had I known it existed. It's a good read.
Bragis
Love this! I had to purchase this book for my religious studies class, and it was an excellent read. Content is organized nicely so things are easy to find!
Binthars
interesting, insightful
Manona
A little battered but readable
It's a textbook!