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The Atlas of World Religions by Anita Ganeri
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The Atlas of World Religions

by Anita Ganeri

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0872266915, Hardcover)

In this volume, the focus turns to the religions of the world, highlighting the religious practices and traditions from Eastern and Western cultures. Although intended for children 10 and up, adult readers will also find that this book offers a comprehensive and compelling introduction to world religions and the roles they play in daily life. The content includes the story of the major international faiths, with information on their beginnings, history, gods, goddesses, prophets and key figures, and basic beliefs, as well as their various divisions, sects, and followers today.

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Highlights religious customs, basic beliefs, history, and key figures and prophets.

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