Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence
Manchester University Press, 2004 - Počet stran: 335
"This is an integrated collection of essays by leading scholars that looks at the issues of conflict, conversion and coexistence in the religious context since the third century." "Published in association with The Open University, this is a student-friendly and accessible volume on popular subjects within religious history, and will be of value to students on a range of courses, as well as to a wider readership interested in the historical background to the role of religion in the contemporary world."--BOOK JACKET.
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Introduction by John Wolffe
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