God Against the Gods

God Against the Gods

The History of the War Between Monotheism and Polytheism

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Describes the struggle between monotheism and polytheism in the ancient world, revealing the dark side of monotheism--holy war, inquisitions, and martyrdom--and the brighter side of polytheism, including its emphasis on religious liberty.

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& Taylor

Examining the roots of religious extremism, the author of The Woman Who Laughed at God describes the struggle between monotheism and polytheism in the ancient world, revealing the dark side of monotheism--holy war, inquistions, crusades, and martyrdom--and the brighter side of polytheism, including its emphasis on religious liberty and diversity.

Publisher: New York : Viking Compass, 2004
Description: xii, 336 p. : map ; 24 cm
ISBN: 9780670032860
0670032867
Branch Call Number: 201.4 Kir

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Great book! I learned so many things from it.

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