Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife [3 Volumes] Hardback
Eternity in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
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Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife [3 Volumes]
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" Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife: Eternity in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam" provides an all-encompassing examination of historic and contemporary perspectives on afterlife in Western religions. In these three volumes, Judaic, Christian, and Muslim scholars join forces, providing an unprecedented review of their individual faith's traditions. Every significant issue and major theme is discussed; no controversial topic is avoided. From ancient doctrines to modern-day outlooks of conservatives, progressives, and liberals in all three religions, it is all analyzed and presented here.
The framework of the volumes underscores how the ethics and concepts of eternity in the Western "action" religions contrast with Eastern religions that tend to be characterized as "passive" or "withdrawal" religions in their ethics and their notions of afterlife as absorption within universal spirit, Nirvana, or nonexistence. This work is well-suited for undergraduate and graduate students, general readers interested in religion, and professional scholars, particularly those in fields corollary to religious study.
Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife [3 Volumes] by J Harold Ellens was published by ABC-CLIO in July 2013. The ISBN for Heaven, Hell, and the Afterlife [3 Volumes] is 9781440801839.
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|Page last updated||30th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||J Harold Ellens|
|Publisher||ABC-CLIO (July 2013)|
|Number of Pages||838|