Steven Rosen (Satyaraja Dasa)
Like taxes, death is inevitable. Everyone experiences it sooner or later. This book offers perspectives on death and dying from all major religions, written by experts in each of those religions.
Focusing on the major world traditions, it offers important information about what death and dying means to those practicing these faiths. The second part of the book adds a necessary and truly unique perspective - a personal look at how people die in the various world religions, as told by a hospital chaplain, with anecdotes and experiences that bring the death process to life, so to speak.
Each chapter engages the theology of each religion, giving quotes from the literature of their respective scriptural traditions, to explain the process of dying, death, and the afterlife. In doing so, each author draws on the history of his respective tradition and looks at real-life figures, exemplars of the tradition, showing how practitioners view death and hope to one day engage the death process themselves.
Hardbound, 197 pages, index, dust-jacket, 6.5" x 9". First published 2008.
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