|Statement||edited by Mark Vernon.|
|LC Classifications||BL31 .D53 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 677 p. :|
|Number of Pages||677|
|LC Control Number||2009286206|
Chambers dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Rosemary Goring; Frank Whaling;] -- Spanning all periods of history, this book has more than A-Z entries covering major faiths and ideologies from Hinduism, Islam and Christianity to scientology, pantheism and witchcraft. Chambers dictionary of beliefs and religions. [Mark Vernon;] -- Even in our high-tech world, billions of people continue to place their faith in a god, or gods, in spirits or in another form of divinity. xxxiv, pages: 20 cm Originally published as: Chambers dictionary of beliefs and religions. W.R. Chambers: Edinburgh, Includes indexPages: The new Chambers Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions contains more than 3, entries ranging from Catholicism to Shariah law, doomsday cults to eco-paganism and from yogic flying to the Flying Spaghetti Monster. It looks at what followers of the world s major religions, cults and fringe religions believe, how these faiths started and examines what happens when ancient faiths and the 5/5(3).
Larousse dictionary of beliefs and religions by Rosemary Goring, Frank Whaling. Published by Larousse in Edinburgh, New York, N.Y. Written in EnglishCited by: 3. Book Chambers Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions As new Faith, philosophy, controversy and understanding from the ancient world to the present , Consult Chambers 21st Century Dictionary, The Chambers Thesaurus () or Chambers Biographical Dictionary ( edition with amendments). Enter your search and choose your title from the drop-down menu. Search Tip. A wildcard is a special character you can use to replace one or more characters in a word. There are two types of wildcard. Billions of people continue to place their faith in a god or gods, in spirits, or in some form of divinity. Many others adhere to alternative beliefs outside the major faith traditions, while for others science and secular modernity provide the basis for a meaningful life. This illustrated reference includes more than 3, entries ranging from Catholicism to sharia law, doomsday cults to eco.
Judaism. / Cowan, Paula. The Chambers Dictionary of Beliefs and Religions. Chambers, Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Entry for. History of Chambers. Chambers was founded as W. & R. Chambers Publishers by the two brothers William Chambers of Glenormiston and Robert Chambers. They were born into a rich, mill-owning family in Peebles in Scotland in and respectively, during the time of the war with France. The war impoverished the family and, in , the family left Peebles for arters: London, UK. From Chambers Dictionary of the Unexplained The belief that every object contains a spirit or soul. The word animism is derived from the Latin word animus, meaning ‘spirit’ or ‘soul’. Its basic principle may be stated simply as ‘everything is alive’ or ‘everything has a soul’. This encyclopedia presents the religious affiliations and beliefs of prominent philosophers, in A-Z entries. Global Dictionary of Theology Global Dictionary of Theology, a theological dictionary that presumes the contribution of the Western tradition but moves beyond it to embrace and explore a full range of global expressions of theology.