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eBook Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change, 6th Edition ePub

by Michael Molloy

  • ISBN: 0078038278
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Michael Molloy
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 6th edition (November 14, 2012)
  • ePub book: 1887 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1363 kb
  • Other: lit mbr docx txt
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 245

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This book explains the religions that it covers well enough.

This book explains the religions that it covers well enough. This is a standard college level Survey of World Religion book, and does a good job of disseminating the info you need to know without being terribly dry. I read a good eighty percent of this for my class, and the tone of the book is not overtly preachy nor is it watered down. I did take issue with some of the PC speak in the book, but at a collegiate level, that's to be expected. All in all, not a bad book.

Looseleaf direct for experiencing the worlds religions. I now enjoy going back and re-reading the book. I am seeing the world of religion in a more enlightened view. Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change.

Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge and Change.

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Texts Michael Molloy, Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change, 6th e. McGraw- Hill Higher Education, 2013. Articles or books placed on e-reserve in the Parks Library by the instructor, (these may not all necessarily be found in this syllabus, but what needs to be read will be announced in class by the instructor). Reaction to the Vedic Religions Part 1 – Jainism Assignments: Molloy, Chapter 5, pp. 181-193 Week 6 (09/27 & 09/29)  Reaction to the Vedic Religions Part 2 – Introduction to Buddhism Assignments: Molloy, Chapter 4  Buddhism (Cont.

Published October 29th 2009 by Humanities & Social Science. Experiencing Worlds Religions Tradition, Challenges, and Change (Paperback). Author(s): Michael Molloy.

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Experiencing the World’s Religions integrated program supports today’s students and provides skills that extend beyond the Introduction to Religion course, engaging both non-majors and majors in the subject. The goal of the 6th edition is to better meet the Introduction to Religion course challenges of building student engagement, developing critical analysis skills, and building writing skills. The 6th edition of Experiencing the World’s Religions continues to include primary sources, current examples, and coverage of women, to ensure students are introduced to unfamiliar religions in ways that are accessible, inviting, and intriguing.

Comments

Valawye Valawye
This book explains the religions that it covers well enough. You will learn plenty by reading it. There are some places where the author inputs his own political ideology, which is why it only gets 3 stars. If you can overlook that then it's written well and you will have no trouble understanding it. He's also into name dropping the names of dead psychologists, philosophers and artists. Why? I have no idea. Picasso's opinion of African masks has next to nothing to do with the topic of the religion.
This is a loose leaf book. A note: There's almost no difference between this book and the one that came before it. The main difference was the images. I bought this and compared it to a scan of the previous edition that I found online and I was unable to find any significant differences. That said, I manage to get this pretty cheap when Amazon lowered the price for one day, and I sold it back to the university bookstore for 80% of what I paid for it. Needless to say, I was satisfied with that arrangement. Apparently the bookstores don't always buy these loose leaf books. Amazon did not offer me anything for it. I ended up not even needing it.
Kulasius Kulasius
The content of the textbook is fine. However, the book is loose-leaf and measures 7.5 x 9 inches. It only has two hole punches instead of three. Because of the awkward alignment of the two holes, it is not possible to put the book in a binder even if I added a third hole punch. The problem is not that the textbook is loose-leaf, the problem is that the misalignment of the two holes makes it inconvenient to contain the pages in any size binder.
Vosho Vosho
This is a standard college level Survey of World Religion book, and does a good job of disseminating the info you need to know without being terribly dry. I read a good eighty percent of this for my class, and the tone of the book is not overtly preachy nor is it watered down. I did take issue with some of the PC speak in the book, but at a collegiate level, that's to be expected. All in all, not a bad book.
Ochach Ochach
$100 for a book that didn't even have any binding and the holes weren't even the same. Some holes were punched on the sides to where it was only half of a whole. Wtf. Freaking ridiculous.
Moogugore Moogugore
The price of this book is a rip-off.

But, I am willing to offer what I think would make it worth the current cost listed. Include the digital version of the book (with OCR for screen readers) with every purchase of the book. This would change the dynamics of my argument because you are increasing the true value of your product by being media agnostic.
furious ox furious ox
Helpful for a Religion Major but impossible to find a loose leaf holder to fit this size book.
Fenritaur Fenritaur
ook was alright and the version cost to rent was around 29 dollars. However when it arrived it turned out to not actually be the paperback version rather one of those "textbooks" that lack any binding and instead has holes for a 2 or 3 ring binder. Maybe I missed that in the details but I could have sworn paperback meant just that. As a result several pages have ripped rings and can't be held together properly as well turning pages is awkward and must be done slowly. Make sure this version works for you if you see a way lower price to rent.
Book in great condition and received earlier than expected! Thank you!