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An Introduction to the Study of Comparative Religion

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An Introduction to the Study of Comparative Religion
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Publisher: The MacMillan Company
ISBN/ASIN: 1116058987
Number of pages: 275

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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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