Oxford Dictionary of World Religions

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The Oxford Dictionary of World Religions is a reference work edited by John Bowker and published by Oxford University Press. It contains over 8,200 entries by leading authorities in the field of religious studies containing a topic index of 13,000 headings. There are over 80 contributors from 13 countries.

The Concise Oxford Dictionary of World Religions, also edited by John Bowker, appeared in 2000.[1]