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The Norton Anthology of World Religions
Call Number: REF BL74 .N67 2014
ISBN: 9780393062533
Publication Date: 2014
This anthology, edited by world-renowned scholars under the direction of Pulitzer Prize winner Jack Miles, offers a portable library of more than 1,000 primary texts from the world's major religions.

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The Oxford Handbook of Global Religions - Juergensmeyer
Call Number: REF BL74 .O94 2006
ISBN: 0195137981
Publication Date: 2006

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The Cambridge Illustrated History of Religions - John Westerdale Bowker (Editor)
Call Number: REF BL80.2 .C334 2002
ISBN: 052181037X
Publication Date: 2002-01-10



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Encyclopedia of Global Religion
ISBN: 9781412997898
Publication Date: 2011
Both country-specific and topic information are arranged alphabetically in this resource.

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Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices - Riggs
ISBN: 9781414498706
Publication Date: 2014
Volume one is organized by religion. Volumes 2-4 are organized by county.

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Encyclopedia of Religion
ISBN: 9780028657332
Publication Date: 2004

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Milestone Documents of World Religions
ISBN: 9780979775888
Publication Date: 2010
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  • Gale Virtual Reference Library
    Scholarly encyclopedias including The Encyclopedia of Religion, Encyclopedia of Global Religion, Encyclopedia of African Religion, Encyclopaedia Judaica, Encyclopedia of Religion in America and Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices.
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