Religion as History, Religion as Myth
A scholar's critical examination and comparison of the teachings of some of the world's major religions, primarily Christianity and Buddhism, to a lesser extent Islam and Judaism. The author's thesis is that no religion can claim to be the only true religion without involving human society either in bitter conflict or in merciless persecution. An eminent scholar's critical examination and comparison of the teachings of some of the world's major religions, primarily Christianity and Buddhism, to a lesser extent Islam and Judaism. The author's main thesis is
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