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Religions of the World

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Published by Image Book (first published 2000)
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Jeff Miller
Jan 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
Being that this is from the late Fr. Hardon it was guaranteed to be good and I was not disappointed.

He proved an excellent canvas of the world religions and follows their historical beginning on through their developments concentration on both the doctrines and the persons that influenced these religions. This is not an apologetics work, but one more of religious history and I believe Fr. Hardon does a very good job of truthfully presenting these religions and their teachings and their various b
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Servant of God John Anthony Hardon received a bachelor of arts degree from John Carroll University in 1936. He entered the Jesuit novitiate in the same year, and received a Masters degree from Loyola in 1941, during his formation.

He was ordained on June 18, 1947 and then sent for doctoral studies To the pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He received his doctorate in sacred theology in 1951.