This book is a fresh approach to comparative religions. It is a substantial contribution to the developing literature and widespread interest concerning the role of religion in human society. In an increasingly pluralistic world, the global issues explored are not only theoretical, but have practical urgency.
David W.Shenk identifies more local religious options and four truly global options--Buddism, Christianity, Islam, and Marxism. Selected by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association as one of the top five missions/evangelism books. Second edition 1999. 404 Pages.