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Why Religion Matters: the Fate of the Human Spirit in an Age of Disbelief

Huston Smith, the author of the classic bestseller The World's Religions, delivers a passionate, timely message: The human spirit is being suffocated by the dominant materialistic worldview of our times. Smith champions a society in which religion is once again treasured and authentically practiced as the vital source of human wisdom.

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  • "The author shares his insights into the future role of religion in human affairs as he explores the challenges confronting the human spirit in the modern world."
  • "Pleidooi voor een hernieuwd metafysisch wereldbeeld als oplossing voor de huidige spirituele crisis, die zou zijn veroorzaakt door het tegenwoordige natuurwetenschappelijke wereldbeeld."
  • "Huston Smith, the author of the classic bestseller The World's Religions, delivers a passionate, timely message: The human spirit is being suffocated by the dominant materialistic worldview of our times. Smith champions a society in which religion is once again treasured and authentically practiced as the vital source of human wisdom."@en

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  • "La Importancia de la religión : en la era de la increencia"
  • "Hvorfor religionen er vigtig : menneskeåndens skæbne i en troløs tidsalder"@da
  • "Why Religion Matters: the Fate of the Human Spirit in an Age of Disbelief"@en
  • "La importancia de la religión : en la era de la increencia"@es
  • "Niet zonder religie : het belang van religie in de postmoderne maatschappij"
  • "Why Religion Matters"@en
  • "Why religion matters the fate of the human spirit in an age of disbelief"@en
  • "Why religion matters"@en
  • "Why religion matters"
  • "Why religion matters : the fate of the human spirit in an age of disbelief"@en
  • "Why religion matters : the fate of the human spirit in an age of disbelief"