It is because suffering , in one form or another , is a common experience that religions give to suffering a place of central importance or consideration - indeed , it is often said that suffering is an important cause of religion ...
But it does effectively isolate the crucial importance in any religion of the account it gives of suffering . There is nothing theoretical or abstract about it . To talk of suffering is to talk not of an academic problem but of the ...
Its inclusion does not imply an answer to the disputed and have concentrated on the sources which are of particular importance. usually academic question of whether Marxism is or is not a religion . 2 A general knowledge is obviously ...
have concentrated on the sources which are of particular importance and value to each religion in the formation of the attitudes of its adherents . ( 3 ) On those foundations I have then , more briefly , illustrated some of the ways in ...
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Required reading for anyone interested in the nature of religion and role it has played in communities and individuals. Bowker compares and contrasts answers to suffering offered by mainstream religions including, Marxism! Citiți recenzia completă
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