The religious practices and understandings of small indigenous societies are recognized
by many to be in no way inferior to other religious beliefs. Many such cultures still exist; their prescientific,
even prehistoric social and intellectual pattern includes shamans, sacrifices, totems, animism, taboos,
and certain rituals and myths that reflect their unique and increasingly rare way of life.
The Religion, Scriptures, and Spirituality series describes the beliefs, religious practices, and the spiritual
and moral commitments of the world's great religious traditions. It describes a religion's way of understanding
life and its attitude and relationship to society.
Aristotle, known as "the Philosopher" by later thinkers, created a huge body of work that was virtually synonymous with philosophy for over 2000 years. His most well-known doctrines include the not... More...
What if, suddenly, Jesus appeared on the streets of your city? That's the scenario of Jesus Is Here, Charles M. Sheldon's sequel to his classic novel In His Steps, the book that introduced the worl... More...