Introducing Philosophy of Religion
Nelson Thornes, 2005 - 121 pages
'Introducing Philosophy of Religion' provides an exciting and student-focused approach to this key topic. The book is designed to give students an accessible route into a subject that challenges everyday ways of thinking.
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