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Jñāneśvar's theology of the three paths to liberation
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Paths to liberation: the Mārga and its transformations in Buddhist thought; [papers presented at a conference, held at the University of California, June 25 - 30, 1988]
The Three Paths of Spirituality: The Three Marga
by: Panikkar, Raimundo 1918-2010
Three paths of devotion
by: Prem Prakash 1959-
The immortal Buddha's path to liberation: (a comparative introduction)
by: Narayan, Brij Kumar
The truth of suffering and the path of liberation
by: Chos-rgyam-drung-pa 1939-1987
The three principal aspects of the path: an oral teaching
by: Bsod-nams-rin-chen 1933-, et al.
Three paths to legal legitimacy: African diaspora religions and the state
by: Johnson, Paul Christopher 1964-
Three paths to empowerment in recent African American theology and ethics
by: Anderson, Victor 1955-
The significance of happiness for the Theravāda Buddhist path of liberation
by: Devdas, Nalini
Paths of African theology
Mārga - Paths to liberation in South Asian Buddhist traditions: papers from an international symposium held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, December 17-18, 2015
Liberation theology: teacher of contempt? Romantic ideology? In defense of liberationists
by: O'Hare, Padraic
Liberation theology: North American perspectives
by: Strain, Charles R.
Liberation and theology
Liberation theology: the political expression of religion
by: Planas, Ricardo
Pradhāna-Trividha-Mārga (The Three Principal Aspects of the Path)
New paths for interreligious theology: Perry Schmidt-Leukel's fractal interpretation of religious diversity
The path: an account of a spiritual adventure
by: Charan Singh, Maharaj 1916-1990
On the path: biography of the Venerable Aggamahapandita Professor Dr. Walpola Sri Rahula, Chancellor of Kelaniya University, supreme master of Buddhist scriptures
by: Liyanagē, Guṇadāsa 1930-, et al.