This 384-page book includes a detailed review of the major religions of the world, exploring different ways of worship, cultural background, countries and peoples. It discusses the seemingly instinctive and universal need for love that seems to be present in all cultures, and the different forms of history, in which the demand has been demonstrated.
primitive religions, such as animism, as well as the history of the modern practice of Hinduism including Yoga is believed Buddhism and Hinduism development. On the other Eastern religions such as Taoism and Confucianism were considered. A small section describes the Sikh religion. The various forms of Judaism are discussed, with a history dating back several thousand years after the first Jew, Abraham, and the other two great monotheistic religions, Islam and Christianity. The Christian section takes into account both the background and the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, and of primitive and advanced practice Christianity, the Dark Ages and the development of the Roman Catholic Church and the Reformation, Protestantism and modern Christianity.
There is a chapter that takes into account the historical development of Lord & # 39; s Witnesses, and a section of today's disbelief that affects both Darwinism and worship of the state in the socialist countries. The book is factual, not judgmental, accurate, and it is a complete reference that is equal to an advanced undergraduate course on world religions. The only thing lacking in humanity & # 39; s search for God information on some of the smaller Christian denominations in modern times, namely Later-day Saints and Seventh-day Adventists and Evangelicals more details about the current state of the 21st century. Other than that a man believed to be both complete and authoritative guide to the world's religions. (The writer of this article should pass the test of college credits in three world religions, only the knowledge derived from the subject of this book.)
It is important to world culture in my blood, in today & # 39; and a melting pot society exists in most developed countries. A growing understanding of world religions or belief systems will examine its basis in a broader context. It's also a lot of value. Another advantage of reading humankind & # 39; s search for God that it will help to document the ongoing historic, almost instinctive need to make people love it, it seems to be a universal part of almost every culture, and despite the fact that many people who turned to science, almost another religion, or others who worshiped the state, in some countries, or that it is almost deified leaders, most of mankind will continue to cling to the belief system and are in some form of worship. This is an important cultural phenomena and reflect the essence of a man & # 39; s most, the desire to look for a higher purpose in life, the "great cause" awesome universe and how it fits into the high end.
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