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eBook How Can the Religions of the World Be Unified?: Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of David S.C. Kim (SYMPOSIUM SERIES) download ISBN: 0889467137
Author: Andrew Wilson
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (August 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 162
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How Can the Religions. How Can the Religions of the World Be Unified?: Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of David . Kim (Symposium Series).

Library of Congress Control Number: 87018484.

com Product Description (ISBN 0889467137, Hardcover). This work is a collection of 12 essays honouring David . Library descriptions.

This essay is based on the Presidential Address at the East Asian Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Inaugural Conference on 3–5 July 2018 in Singapore.

In fact, ' " the South " is a herein of the " Third World " as long as the countries located in such region are still thought to be " less developed " ' (cf. Reuveny and Thompson, 2007). Southern voices in management and organization knowledge. This essay is based on the Presidential Address at the East Asian Society for the Scientific Study of Religion Inaugural Conference on 3–5 July 2018 in Singapore.

Interdisciplinary Essays in Honor of David . August 1987, Edwin Mellen Pr. Hardcover in English. Libraries near you: WorldCat.

There have been several meetings referred to as a Parliament of the World's Religions, the first being the World's Parliament of Religions of 1893, which was an attempt to create a global dialogue of faiths. The event was celebrated by another conference on its centenary in 1993. This led to a new series of conferences under the official title Parliament of the World's Religions with the same goal of trying to create a global dialogue of faiths.

American Honor views the American Revolution through a new lens. By exploring honor as a concrete ideal rather than an abstract concept, it reveals the evolving sense of moral purpose that framed the nation's founding

American Honor views the American Revolution through a new lens. By exploring honor as a concrete ideal rather than an abstract concept, it reveals the evolving sense of moral purpose that framed the nation's founding. Joanne B. Freeman,Yale University.

This work is a collection of 12 essays honouring David S.C. Kim by addressing the title question: how can the religions of the world be unified?