One God, Many Gods
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About "One God, Many Gods"
This book of comparative religious studies points out significant differences in faiths and the uniqueness of the Christian faith. Each lesson can be used independently as a study of a single faith, or the entire book can be used for an extended introduction to major Christian and non-Christian faiths. Covers Buddhism, Islam, Mormonism, Scientology, Jehovah's Witnesses, New Age practices, satanism, the occult, and more. For youth and adults. 12 sessions. Extensive background information including a comparison chart. Reproducible student pages.
Meet the Author
Calgary born-and-bred poet Jill Hartman writes disjunctive narrative poetry about pachyderms, pirates, belly dancing, Ouija, Scrabble, and The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth. She's presented and performed her poetry across Canada and as far afield as Scotland and her writing has appeared in "Queen Street Quarterly", "filling Station", "endnote", and "DIAGRAM"; in the anthologies "Post-Prairie" (Talonbooks) and "Shift & Switch" (Mercury); and in chapbooks from MODL Press, housepress, Olive Press, and her own chapbook series, semi-precious press. Her first book of poetry, "A Painted Elephant" (C