Ten Great Religions: an Essay in Comparative Theology

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Trübner & Company, 1871 - 528 pàgines
 

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Relation of the Roman Religion to Christianity 847
347
THE TEUTONIC AND SCANDINAVIAN RELIGION
355
Idea of the Scandinavian Religion
362
The Gods of Scandinavia
376
Resemblance of the Scandinavian Mythology to that of Zoroaster
384
Relation of this System to Christianity 890
390
THE JEWISH RELIGION
397
or Judaism as the national Worship of a just and holy King
409
David or Judaism as the personal Worship of a Father and Friend
421
Solomon or the Religious Relapse
428
The Prophets or Judaism as a Hope of a spiritual and universal
438
Judaism as a Preparation for Christianity
444
MOHAMMED AND ISLAM 1 Recent Works on the Life of Mohammed
448
The Arabs and Arabia
452
Early Life of Mohammed to the Hegira
454
Change in the Character of Mohammed after the Hegira
465
Religious Doctrines and Practices among the Mohammedans
472
The Criticism of Mr Palgrave on Mohammedan Theology
478
Mohammedanism a Relapse the worst Form of Monotheism and a retarding Element in Civilization
481
NoTE
486
THE TEN RELIGIONS AND CHRISTIANITY 1 General Results of this Survey
489
Christianity a Pleroma or Fulness of Life
492
Christianity as a Pleroma compared with Brahmanism Confu cianism and Buddhism
494
Christianity compared with the Avesta and the Eddas The Duad in all Religions
496
Christianity and the Religions of Egypt Greece and Rome
499
Christianity in Relation to Judaism and Mohammedanism The Monad in all Religions e
501
The Fulness of Christianity is derived from the Life of Jesus
504
Christianity as a Religion of Progress and of universal Unity
507
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