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Sacred Tracks: Two Thousand Years of Christian Pilgrimage Paperback – Sep 1 2002


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James Harpur is an editor and writer of adult and children's illustrated titles. His books include Revelations: The Medieval World, The Atlas of Sacred Places, The Miracles of Jesus, Abraham and His Sons, and The Journeys of Paul. His children's books include Pyramids and The Eyewitness Visual Dictionary of Ancient Civilizations. His latest book of poetry is Oracle Bones.

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Disapointing book about pilgrimage Aug. 4 2013
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I had expected something personal about pilgrimage and not an impersonal list of places which in the past has been pilgrim routes. I felt like I was looking and reading through a book I had picked up at Borders cheap pile. This book did not do anything for my curiosity about christian pilgrimage. Sorry folks.


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