Four Testaments: Tao Te Ching, Analects, Dhammapada, Bhagavad Gita does for the Eastern scriptures of Monism what Three Testaments has done for the Western scriptures of Monotheism, neatly fitting the four primary texts of the major Eastern religions into one volume. Who knew how compatible they are? They speak for themselves in full text rather than snippets or quotes. Again there are prefaces and introductions by world authorities with commentary by Brian Arthur Brown.

“Brian Brown has done it again with his usual mix of good scholarship and good humor. Four Testaments is the companion volume to Three Testaments, and covers the major Eastern religions. It provides important primary texts, as well as material to help non-specialists understand those texts. More importantly, it shows us the connections between our religious traditions.” Amir Hussain, Loyola Marymount University, LA, past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Religion

“Four Testaments is an important work, suited to the times in which we live. Of course, the reading is not so simple or arbitrary as to end with just one volume. One needs to keep the Four Testaments on one’s desk or nightstand alongside the Three Testaments, moving back and forth between the two volumes and their several great texts.” From the foreword by Francis X. Clooney, SJ, Director, Center for Study of World Religions, Harvard University