Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstitions


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Author: Martin Lings
Publisher: Suhail Academy
Year: 1999
Pages: 84
Printed: Pakistan

Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: New
Weight: 262gr.
Description from the publisher: From the back cover: “The author argues in this book that man’s diminished faith in religion is further undermined by his attempt to accommodate religion to his modern outlook. He believes that faith can only be restored by dispelling this illusion which prevents man’s intelligence from seeing religion as it really is. Modern man is just as superstitious, in a twentieth century way, as more primitive individuals. Modern superstitions are also more virulent and dangerous than earlier ones. Martin Lings centers his interest on the Christian faith, but he also draws upon his wide knowledge of many other religions. Ancient Beliefs and Modern Superstitions is a powerful, simple and readable defense of religion.”

Weight .265 kg