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Comparative Religion by J. Estlin Carpenter

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Comparative Religion
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Publisher: Henry Holt & Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B00FVIF20E
Number of pages: 268

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Every great historical religion passes through numerous phases, as it is brought into contact with different cultures, and evokes various forms of speculative thought and inward experience. 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.

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