75 PEOPLE WHO CHANGED THE WORLD is a wonderful, provocative collection of short biographies of reformers, scholars, martyrs and mystics ? of many faiths ? who shook up religious thought and practice in the twentieth century. The short profiles make interesting reading ? and, often, discovery ? and the quotations and bibliographies following each profile make this an even more valuable resource. It?s an admiring and instructive survey of influential spiritual practitioners and pioneers. A celebration of the human spirit, ideal for both seekers and believers, the curious and the passionate, thinkers and doers, 75 People Who Changed The World is an authoritative guide to the most creative spiritual ideas and actions of the past century ? a challenge for us today.
75 People Who Changed The World By Ira Rifkin
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