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by Symon Hill

Author: Symon Hill
Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: New Internationalist (April 1, 2010)
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Spirituality
Rating: 4.3
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Symon Hill’s No-Nonsense Guide to Religion tries to explain what religion means . This book is a concise explanation of religion and the role it plays in today's.

Symon Hill’s No-Nonsense Guide to Religion tries to explain what religion means, how we relate to it, how it was created, and how it affects us culturally, politically, and spiritually today. The guide also focuses on the diversity within religions as well as the similarities between them. This book is a concise explanation of religion and the role it plays in today's society. The guide also focuses on the diversity within religions as well as the similarities between them

It's engaging and interesting; more thought-provoking than one might expect from such a slim volume.

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Symon Hill’s No-Nonsense Guide to Religion tries to explain what religion means, how we relate to it, how it. . The guide also focuses on the diversity within religions as well as the similarities between them

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My first book, The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion was published by New Internationalist in 2010. It explores big topics in a short space, asking key questions about the role of religion in the world today. It uses examples from around the world to explore religion's relationship with truth, politics, power, violence and human rights. Ian Sinclair Peace News.

Why virtually no-nonsense? Because you won't find useless stuff, like references to comic book characters in here, only information pertinent to the Psion class. On the other hand, the guide does try to have a measure of humor. Acknowledgments The work of many others was consulted to build this guide.

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Religion is a term that is often used in the media and public life without any clarification. However, it is a word that encompasses hundreds of different beliefs. It is a loaded word that has a different meaning for every person; religion can be seen as a source of war and peace, love and hate, dialogue and narrow-mindedness.

Symon Hill’s No-Nonsense Guide to Religion tries to explain what religion means, how we relate to it, how it was created, and how it affects us culturally, politically, and spiritually today.

Drawing on a wide range of sources, The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion does not just concentrate on the popular and well-established traditions, which normally over-emphasize powerful figures. The guide also focuses on the diversity within religions as well as the similarities between them.

The globalization of communications has made more people aware of religious conversion, with more people than ever before belonging to a different religious community from their parents. The No-Nonsense Guide to Religion considers how religion has shaped our culture as well as how our culture is shaping religion today.

Symon Hill is a tutor in practical theology, a writer, a trainer, and an activist. He has written comment pieces for newspapers ranging from the Sunday Herald to The Daily Mail and contributes regularly to the Guardian's website, The Friend, and Ekklesia.