Zoroastrianism: An Introduction to an Ancient Faith

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Sussex Academic Press, 1998 - Religion - 204 pages
This introduction to Zoroastrianism assumes no prior knowledge of the faith. The book presents Zoroastrianism as a deep and multi-faceted religious tradition that has been subject to a process of evolution and which, therefore, despite its apparent conservatism, is a dynamic and relevant to the twentieth century as it was when it was established some 1400 uears befpre Christianity. Zoroastrianism is shown here to be a living faith with a coherent theology and a persuasive ethic of good thought, good words and good deeds.

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Peter Clark has translated several books from Arabic and is a freelance translator and consultant on Middle East cultural affairs.

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