Comparative Religion: Its Genesis & Growth 1905

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Kessinger Publishing, 2003 - Religion - 696 pages
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1905. This volume is an attempt to give the reader a condensed yet comprehensive view of the origin, progress and aim of the science of comparative religion. It presents a sketch of the advent of a new line of research, the difficulties which it has encountered, problems which it wishes to solve, and the results thus far attained.

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