Universal Religions in World History: The Spread of Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam to 1500. This account of the origins and spread of Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam up to the 16th century offers scholarly and insightful material very relevant to those seriously concerned with present-day transnational issues. Chapters on the history and practices of the three religions are followed by discussion of how they compare and contrast and of actual or potential syntheses on which mutually viable coexistence has been - or could be - built. With black-and-white sketch maps and photographs. Indexed.
Universal Religions in World History
AuthorsJohnson, Donald; Jean Elliot Johnson
PublisherMcgraw-Hill Education (Asia)