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In this enlightening and entertaining work Charles Panati explores the origins of hundreds of religious rituals customs and practices in many faiths the reasons for religious holidays and sacred symbols and the meanings of vestments sacraments devotions and prayers Its many revelations include Why the This book does an excellent job of explaining the reasons behind rites and rituals of several major religions without being boring

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Sacred Origins of Profound Things The Stories Behind the Rites and Rituals of the World's Religions CompassStar of David became the Jewish counterpart of the Christian cross What mortal remains of the Buddha are venerated today How the diamond engagement ring became a standard That the first pope was a happily married man How Hindu thinkers arrived at their concept of reincarnation Why Jews dont eat pork wh As an incurable trivia nut this book helped delve into areas that are normally avoided There is a lot of fascinating information and the author does a great job of looking across than just Christianity to includee Judiasm and Islam emphasizing the common roots of all three Every so often I would come across one part and find myself saying wow I never knew that Soemtimes well you have to take the author's word on things; I would find his explination reasonable just not what I thought to be true My vocabulary expanded as I finally learned what a number of things are called It is a good book to peruse in bursts reading a bit here then putting it down to return a day or two later A welcome counterpoint to the dense or philosophical writings about religion