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World Faiths pp 471-480 | Cite as

Religion in Global Perspective

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Abstract

Human society is witnessing the beginning of the end of the age of cultural and religious isolation. People previously isolated one from another by distance, culture, and language are becoming increasingly aware of each other’s customs and ways of thinking. A constant stream of journals, books, films, documentaries, and conferences keeps the human race abreast of news and events from around the world. Similarly, the scientific and technological achievements of this century, as much as they have altered the pattern of everyday living, have had no effect more profound or far-reaching than the development of global awareness.

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Religious Tradition Global Perspective Technological Achievement Religious Pluralism Religious Movement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Victoria CollegeUniversity of TorontoCanada

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