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A Beginner's Guide to the Study of Religion.

A Beginner's Guide to the Study of Religion

Bradley L. Herling

Continuum

80 Maiden Lane, Suite 704, New York, NY 10038

9780826495310, $12.95, www.continuumbooks.com

Religion is a subject as old as humanity itself, and there's always need for a deeper study of it. "A Beginner's Guide to the Study of Religion" hopes to set it's aspiring theologian readers in the right direction in their study of one of the world's oldest concepts. A through and masterfully written introduction, it should be as easy to comprehend for novices as it is a refresher for professors, it covers a survey of classics that should be read for any early student, essential quotations and concepts to be studied for them, and where they should go next after this. "A Beginner's Guide to the Study of Religion" is throughly recommended to all future students of theology and for community library theology shelves.
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