An Introduction to the Study of Comparative Religion
by F. B. Jevons
Publisher: The MacMillan Company 1920
Number of pages: 275
These lectures are designed primarily to give to the students a good knowledge of the religious history, beliefs, and customs of the peoples among whom they expect to labor. As they are delivered by scholars of the first rank, who are authorities in their respective fields, it is expected that in published form they will prove to be of value to students generally.
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by J. Estlin Carpenter - Henry Holt & Co.
From Buddhism to Hinduism to Native American tribes, this work delves into comparing the great religions of the world. From sacred acts to theology, you will learn a great deal about religions from a comparative point of view.
Tolerance between religions and all people is a way to create a world of peace, love and happiness. An inter-religious dialog is important for a better world. This is possible on the basis of scientific clarification of the question of God.
by Allan Menzies - Charles Scribner's Sons
The book is intended to aid the student to obtain a general idea of comparative religion, by exhibiting the subject as a connected whole, and by indicating the leading points of view from which each of the great systems may best be understood.
by Louis Dyer - MacMillan
Eight lectures given in 1890 at the Lowell Institute: introduction; Demeter at Eleusis and Cnidus; Dionysus in Thrace and Old Attica; Dionysus at Athens; gods at Eleusis; Aesculapius at Epidaurus and Athens; Aphrodite at Paphos; Apollo at Delos.