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Comparing Religious Traditions The Life of Virtue

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ISBN-10: 0534530575

ISBN-13: 9780534530570

Edition: 2001

Authors: Jacob Neusner, Bruce D. Chilton

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Praised in pre-publication reviews for its clarity, caliber of scholarship, and coverage of traditions not found in other texts, COMPARING RELIGIOUS TRADITIONS is an innovative set of three texts which compare parts of one tradition with another. Focusing on topics that are familiar human issues to all?family, work, and virtue?the texts help students to understand the commonalities and differences of the traditions.
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Book details

List price: $88.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 9/25/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 160
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.550
Language: English

Preface
Contributors
Judaism
Conventional Answers Versus This Religious Tradition: Who Are We Really?
What Are the Social Virtues?
What Is Personal Virtue?
How Does This Religion Define Character, Good and Bad?
Beyond the Normal Virtues: Who Is the Extraordinary Person?
Commentaries
Christianity
Conventional Answers Versus This Religious Tradition: Who Are We Really?
What Are the Social Virtues?
What Is Personal Virtue?
How Does This Religion Define Character, Good and Bad?
Beyond the Normal Virtues: Who Is the Extraordinary Person?
Commentaries
Islam
Conventional Answers Versus This Religious Tradition: Who Are We Really?
What Are the Social Virtues?
What Is Personal Virtue?
How Does This Religion Define Character, Good and Bad?
Beyond the Normal Virtues: Who Is the Extraordinary Person?
Commentaries
Hinduism
Conventional Answers Versus This Religious Tradition: Who Are We Really?
What Are the Social Virtues?
What Is Personal Virtue?
How Does This Religion Define Character, Good and Bad?
Beyond the Normal Virtues: Who Is the Extraordinary Person?
Commentaries
Buddhism
Conventional Answers Versus This Religious Tradition: Who Are We Really?
What Are the Social Virtues?
What Is Personal Virtue?
How Does This Religion Define Character, Good and Bad?
Beyond the Normal Virtues: Who Is the Extraordinary Person?
Commentaries
Where Do We Find the Authoritative Statements of the Religious Traditions?
Judaism
Christianity
Islam
Hindusim
Buddhism