Encyclopedia of World Religions
Encyclopedia of Catholicism by Frank K. Flinn, which is part of the Encyclopedia of World Religions series. This book was published in 2007 by Infobase Publishing1. It contains approximately 700 A-to-Z entries that provide information on various aspects of the Catholic Church, such as doctrines, rituals, ethics, history, institutions, movements, personalities, and places. It also covers the relations between Catholicism and other religions, such as Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, and Hinduism1. The book is intended for students, researchers, and general readers who want to learn more about the world’s largest Christian denomination and its diverse expressions1.
- Encyclopedia of Catholicism”: This encyclopedia provides comprehensive information about the beliefs, practices, history, and key figures within the Catholic faith. It covers various aspects of Catholicism, including its theological concepts, rituals, traditions, and the impact of Catholicism on society and culture.
- “Encyclopedia of World Religions”: This work offers an extensive exploration of different religious traditions worldwide. It delves into the beliefs, customs, rituals, and histories of various religions, aiming to provide a comprehensive understanding of the diversity and complexities of religious practices and beliefs across cultures.
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