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50 Great Myths about Religions is an intriguing, informative, and often humorous introduction to some of the long standing myths that surround religious belief. This engaging book will get its readers thinking about how and why certain myths have arisen, and their continuing influence on our personal and collective view of religion.Offers a lively, informative, and thought-provoking introduction to some of the common misbeliefs surrounding religionsDiscusses myths about religious belief in general, as well as specific ideas that surround Judaism, Christianity, Islam, atheism, and agnosticismCovers a wide range of myths, from ancient legends such as the Bible forbidding pork being eaten because it causes illness, to modern urban fables, such as Barack Obama being a MuslimUnpacks each myth in turn, explaining why it arose, how it...The EPUB format of this title may not be compatible for use on all handheld devices.
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John Morreall (born February 1, 1947 in Rochester, New York) is a Doctor of Philosophy and Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia .
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