MLA format 2 (separate) reviews on Confucianism and Islam, no plagiarism

MLA format 2 (separate) reviews on Confucianism and Islam, no plagiarism. Book Reviews (2) (try to google book information on these religions) 

You will be expected to complete book reviews during Modules 4 (Week 4) and 8 (Week 7). 

These assignments are based upon required course readings that proffer contemporary accounts

of the lived experience of Confucianism and Islam. The reviews call for you to consider the 

contemporary expressions of these faiths and to reflect upon their relevance to your own and our 

collective societal experience. As you do so, consider how central teachings, principles, and 

practices of these faith-based traditions could be introduced and implemented into your own life, 

experience and culture so as to lend to your personal and collective edification. Book reviews 

should be typed, double-spaced, 12-point font, and approximately 3 pages in length. 

Typographical and grammatical errors will be penalized. 

Try to google any information on these books: 

(Option 1

Smith, et al., 

World’s Religions, Custom Package

. Boston: Pearson Custom, 2009. Print. ISBN-

13: 978-1269577751

Option 2  

Smith, Huston. 

The World’s Religions: Completely Revised and Updated Edition of The Religions 

of Man.

50th Anniversary ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2009. Print. ISBN-13: 


Reid, T. R. 

Confucius Lives Next Door: What Living in the East Teaches Us About Living in the 


. Reprint ed. New York: Vintage Books, 2000. Print. ISBN-13: 978-0679777601. 

Eteraz, Ali. 

Children of the Dust: The) 

MLA format 2 (separate) reviews on Confucianism and Islam, no plagiarism