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  • Power of Tantra, Theby Hugh B. Urban

    I.B.Tauris 2009; US$ 31.00

    In the West, the varied body of texts and traditions known as Tantra for more than two centuries has had the capacity to scandalise and shock. For European colonisers, Orientalist scholars and Christian missionaries of the Victorian era, Tantra was generally seen as the most degenerate and depraved example of the worst tendencies of the so-called 'Indian... more...

  • Unworldly Wiseby Wu-wei Wei

    Hong Kong University Press, HKU 1974; US$ 8.00

    Unworldly Wise, Wei Wu Wei's eighth and final book, is an enlightened parable in the form of a conversation between an owl and a rabbit about God, love, and the way to be free from the traps of our minds. Using the further pseudonym O.O.O., the author was obviously having some fun with his readers. In this most accessible of his remarkable works... more...

  • Muslims and Jews in Americaby Reza Aslan; Aaron J. Hahn Tapper

    Palgrave Macmillan 2011; US$ 34.00

    An exploration of the sometimes contentious, sometimes conciliatory, and often complex relationship between Jews and Muslims in the United States, this book was written by important scholars, religious leaders, and activists from the two communities. Each essay discusses a different episode from the twentieth or twenty-first century American milieu... more...

  • Modernity and Re-enchantmentby Philip Taylor

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2007; US$ 82.40

    The richness and vibrancy of Vietnamese spirituality are vividly portrayed in these twelve essays that shed light on the remarkable reflorescence of religion in this communist country. Ancestor worship, mediumship, sacrifices, and communal rituals have not only survived Vietnam’s reintegration into the capitalist world; they are intrinsic to the... more...

  • How to Pick a Religion: Teach Yourselfby Trevor Barnes

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; US$ 18.27

    This book is organized as a thematic consumer guide to religion, looking at the benefits (and costs) of different world religions from the viewpoint of the believer. Whether you're interested in money, sex and power, or art, science, and relaxation, How To Pick A Religion will help you identify the religion that is right for you. more...

  • The Quiet Revolution: The Emergence of Interfaith Consciousnessby Peter Kirkwood

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 20.57

    Intolerance of different religions, miscommunication, and bigotry. It doesn't have to be this way. A global revolution is emerging - interfaith. In an increasingly politically and religiously fragmented world, a number of adherents of different faiths have realised the necessity of global interfaith connection and communication.Quiet Revolution investigates... more...

  • How to Pick a Religion: Teach Yourselfby Trevor Barnes

    Hodder & Stoughton 2011; Not Available

    This book is organized as a thematic consumer guide to religion, looking at the benefits (and costs) of different world religions from the viewpoint of the believer. Whether you're interested in money, sex and power, or art, science, and relaxation, How To Pick A Religion will help you identify the religion that is right for you. more...

  • Queer Religionby Donald Boisvert; Jay E. Johnson

    ABC-CLIO 2011; US$ 110.00

    This ground-breaking and eye-opening book examines the intersections of religion and same-sex desire, from St. Augustine to Hinduism to contemporary LGBT and queer culture. more...

  • Buddhismby Huston Smith; Philip Novak

    HarperCollins 2009; Not Available

    A concise and up-to-date guide to the history, teachings, and practice of Buddhism by two luminaries in the field of world religions. more...

  • That's Funny, You Don't Look Buddhistby Sylvia Boorstein

    HarperCollins 2010; Not Available

    In this landmark book, esteemed Buddhist teacher Sylvia Boorstein addresses this incisive question in a warm, delightful and personal way. With the same down-to-earth charm and wit that have endeared her to her many students and readers, Boorstein shows how one can be both an observant Jew and a passionately committed Buddhist. more...