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Sacred Earth: The Spiritual Landscape of Native America

Arthur Versluis

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ISBN 10: 0892813520 / ISBN 13: 9780892813520
Published by Inner Traditions, 1992
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Title: Sacred Earth: The Spiritual Landscape of ...

Publisher: Inner Traditions

Publication Date: 1992

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Versluis, editor of Avaloka: A Journal of Traditional Religion and Culture, offers a much-needed understanding of Native American religion. Through discussion of how the religions of Native Americans compare with traditional religions, he finds ground for a common spirituality. While contemporary society emphasizes ecology, Versluis points out that Native Americans always had a love and respect for the environment and a recognition of the spiritual qualities of nature. This book may prove a bit difficult for lay readers, yet it is necessary reading for those seeking a greater understanding of Native American spirituality. For Native American and religion collections.

" Through discussion of how the religions of Native Americans compare to traditional religions, Versluis finds ground for a common spirituality. Necessary reading for a greater understanding of Native American spirituality."

& quot; Through discussion of how the religions of Native Americans compare to traditional religions, Versluis finds ground for a common spirituality. Necessary reading for a greater understanding of Native American spirituality.& quot;

"Through discussion of how the religions of Native Americans compare to traditional religions, Versluis finds ground for a common spirituality. Necessary reading for a greater understanding of Native American spirituality."

Versluis, editor of "Avaloka: A Journal of Traditional Religion and Culture", offers a much-needed understanding of Native American religion. Through discussion of how the religions of Native Americans compare with traditional religions, he finds ground for a common spirituality. While contemporary society emphasizes ecology, Versluis points out that Native Americans always had a love and respect for the environment and a recognition of the spiritual qualities of nature. This book may prove a bit difficult for lay readers, yet it is necessary reading for those seeking a greater understanding of Native American spirituality. For Native American and religion collections.

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