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History of Religion by Allan Menzies

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History of Religion
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Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons
ISBN/ASIN: 0548006466
Number of pages: 456

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This book makes no pretence to be a guide to all the mythologies, or to all the religious practices which have prevailed in the world. It is intended to aid the student who desires to obtain a general idea of comparative religion, by exhibiting the subject as a connected and organic whole, and by indicating the leading points of view from which each of the great systems may best be understood.

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