The Meaning of Life in the World Religions

Pages: 348
Subject: Religion
Series: Library of Global Ethics & Religion
Imprint: Oneworld
Illustrations: black & white illustrations

The Meaning of Life in the World Religions

Bringing together in one volume the work of some of the world's most prominent religious scholars, this is a clear and concise exploration of the religious perspective on the meaning of life.
Paperback
9781851682003 (2 Dec 1999)
RRP £26.99 / US$51.95

The Book

Covering all the major religious traditions, from Christianity to Confucianism, this authoritative text presents all the understanding, comparative analysis, and philosophical insight necessary for an informed understanding of the meaning of life in the different world faiths.

Additional Information

Subject Religion
Series Library of Global Ethics & Religion
Pages 348
Imprint Oneworld
Illustrations black & white illustrations

About the Author

Joseph Runzo is Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Chapman University and Life Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, he has published widely in philosophy and theology on issues of religious pluralism and religious ethics.



Nancy Martin is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Chapman University.