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Rausch and Voss have succeeded in presenting a very knowledgeable
and comprehensive, and at the same time highly readable, account of
the world's major religions: their historical development, key
personages, and basic tenets. They write with clarity,
insight, and sympathetic understanding.
The Hebrew University, Jerusalem
World Religion - Our Quest for Meaning is
both reliable and readable, an excellent combination commending it
to students and educated lay-persons alike. The living faiths
- offering real alternatives in a world grown small and compelling
every thinking person to make a personal choice - are presented with
sympathy and scholarship.
Franklin H. Littell
Professor of Religion, Emeritus
Rausch's and Voss's important scholarly work has
been marked by extraordinary sensitivity combined with wide
erudition. This marvelous book shows anew how our common quest
for meaning finds distinct but complementary expression in major
religions of the world.
Distinguished Service Professor of Catholic Studies
University of Chicago