1913. A study in comparative religions. Analogies in their lives
examined and interpreted. Based on a series of lectures that
received favorable reactions from the listeners. Within this book
the facts are first set forth, then interpreted. The main part of
the work consists of references to various authorities, but only
the writers of high authority have been cited. The desire of the
author is to awaken a desire for further study of comparative
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