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Religion scholar Prothero asserts that it is time to replace nave hopes of interreligious unity with deeper knowledge of religious differences. A bold polemical response to a generation of misguided scholarship, "God Is Not One" creates a new context for understanding religion in the 21st century and disproves the assumptions about the way the world's religions work.
Stephen Prothero is the New York Times bestselling author of Religious Literacy and a professor of religion at Boston University. His work has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, National Public Radio, and other top media outlets. He writes for the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post. Visit the author online at www.stephenprothero.com.
Table of Contents
|A Note on Dates and Diacriticals||p. ix|
|Islam: The Way of Submission||p. 25|
|Christianity: The Way of Salvation||p. 65|
|Confucianism: The Way of Propriety||p. 101|
|Hinduism: The Way of Devotion||p. 131|
|Buddhism: The Way of Awakening||p. 169|
|Yoruha Religion: The Way of Connection||p. 203|
|Judaism: The Way of Exile and Return||p. 243|
|Daoism: The Way of Flourishing||p. 279|
|A Brief Coda on Atheism: The Way of Reason||p. 317|
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