Ten Great Religions An Essay In Comparative Theology

The North American Review

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ISSN: 00292397

Subjects: Language & Literature, Humanities

Collections: Arts & Sciences V Collection

In Two Volumes. Ethnic And Catholic Religions, Confucius And The Chinese, Or The Prose Of Asia, Brahmanism, Buddhism, Or The Protestantism Of The East, Zoroaster And The Zend Avesta, The Gods Of Egypt, The Gods Of Greece, The Religion Of Rome, The Teutonic And Scandinavian Religion, The Jewish Religion, Mohammed And Islam, The Ten Religions And Christianity. Frontispiece DIn Two Volumes. Ethnic And Catholic Religions, Confucius And The Chinese, Or The Prose Of Asia, Brahmanism, Buddhism, Or The Protestantism Of The East, Zoroaster And The Zend Avesta, The Gods Of Egypt, The Gods Of Greece, The Religion Of Rome, The Teutonic And Scandinavian Religion, The Jewish Religion, Mohammed And Islam, The Ten Religions And Christianity. Frontispiece Drawing Of The Wheel Of The Ten Great Religions. Lots Of Interesting Detail On Worship, Ritual, Various Gods And Goddesses, Sacred Text, The Mysteries....more

Paperback, 380 pages

Published September 1st 2007 by Echo Library (first published January 17th 2005)

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