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Religion and Human Nature by Keith Ward
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Religion and Human Nature

by Keith Ward

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 019826965X, Paperback)

What do the great world religions say about the soul and its ultimate destiny? This book, the third in Keith Ward's magisterial tetralogy on comparative religion, presents the beliefs of six major traditions about human nature, the way to immortality, and the end of the world. It offers a major philosophical analysis of beliefs in reincarnation and the resurrection of the body. Finally it constructs a Christian interpretation, in the light of scientific knowledge and a global religious worldview.

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