A Beginner's Guide to World FaithsBook - 1997
The world can be a confusing place, with so many things to learn and discover. Facts are presented to young people every day, but what do they really mean? By providing clear examples and helpful explanations to untangle often complex ideas, these books make their subjects accessible and truly fascinating. With the help of original, interactive, full-color illustrations and approachable writing, the books in this series really explain the way the world works.Here is an entirely new way to explore the wonderful and often mysterious faiths practiced by people around the world. Religions Explained takes the reader on a spiritual voyage back in time to the ancient religions of Egypt, Greece, Babylonia, and the Americas; through the long-ago beginnings of current faiths; to religions as they are practiced in all their incredible varieties today. By focusing in an objective way on the history, worship, and festivals of each faith, this book provides answers and information about the complicated ways people worship.
Publisher: New York : H. Holt & Co., 1997.
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: j 200 GANERI A
Characteristics: 69 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.