Hong Kong author Catherine Chor-kok Lam's On Our World's Religions is a rational, objective and comprehensive examination of our religious beliefs and how they help us to understand the constant changes in this universe and our life. The religions discussed in this book include Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Chinese folk beliefs based on I Ching and Tao Te Ching.
In the author's words: "Like human civilisations, our religious beliefs transform through time, from simple worshipping of natural items to complex systems of religious and moral teachings. Like human societies, various aspects of our perceived heaven continue to improve as the ethic standards of our perceived gods keep being raised." In this day and age, where many religions are increasingly misunderstood as a result of mundane disputes, On Our World's Religions may serve as a guide that enhances our appreciation of religious beliefs while deters us from becoming victims of political ideologies.