What Do You Believe?: Big Questions about Religion
Looks at basic teachings, practices of world faiths, philosophy, and more, and delves into the meaning and purpose of life. This book promotes understanding, tolerance, and respect for people whatever they believe.
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|Library of Congress
||History, Religions, Faith, Religions - History, Juvenile works
||School Textbooks & Study Guides: Literature, Arts & Humanities
Description of this Book
Religion, morality, science, and the afterlife are complex and often misunderstood subjects. What Do You Believe? is a dynamic and clear text that brings together a variety of ideas of on religion. They are clearly presented for children to understand in a clear, unbiased text, and key concepts are broken down into manageable chunks of information with keywords that are simply explained. What Do You Believe? looks at basic teachings, practices of world faiths, philosophy, and more, and delves into the meaning and purpose of life. This book promotes understanding, tolerance, and respect for people whatever they believe.
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||The graphically bold format which mixes photographs, cartoons, and sidebars will keep kids' attention, whether they are seeking truth, knowledge, or more to ponder. Publishers Weekly As an introduction to myriad ways people around the world choose to live and think, it's worthy reading material for any age. Tribune Newspapers This slim book goes beyond the standard comparative religion format to address questions of philosophy and belief that readers, both those with and without religious identification, will find thought-provoking. School Library Journal
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