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Christ and other Masters.
PARTS I. II. & III.
CONTENTS OF PART I.
On the Religious Tendencies of the Present Age.
On the Unity of the Human Race. SECTION I. Scriptural Proof. 2. Psychological Proof. 3. Physiological Proof. 4. Philological Proof.
On the Characteristics of Religion under the Old Testament. SECTION I. The Law. 2. The Promise. APPENDIX I. The Absolute Religion.
CONTENTS OF PART II.
Varieties of Religious Thought among the Hindús. SECTION 1. Védaism. 2. Bráhmanism. 3. Schools of Philosophy, including Buddhism.
Apparent Correspondencies between Hinduism and Revealed Religion. SECTION 1. Hindú Monotheism. 2. Hindú Trinities, or Triads. 3. Hindú Avatáras, or Incarnations, espeoially that of Krishna.
Real Correspondencies between Hinduism and Revealed Religion. SECTION 1. The Primitive State of Man. 2. The Fall of Man. 3. The Hindú version of the Deluge. 4. The Hindú Rite of Sacrifice. 5. The Hindú Hope of Restoration.
Contrasts in the general development of Hinduism and Revealed Religion. APPENDIX I. The non-Aryan Tribes of Hindustan. APPENDIX II. Coincidences between Lamaism and Mediaval Christianity.
CONTENTS OF PART III.
Religions of China. SECTION 1. Confucianism. 2. Taoism, or School of the Fixed Way. 3. Fo-ism, or Chinese Buddhism.
Religions of America. SECTION 1. America. 2. The demi-civilised Tribes, Religions of Oceanica. SECTION 1.
2. The Malayo-Polynesian Family.
The wild Tribes of especially the Mexican. The Papuan Family.
AN HISTORICAL INQUIRY
INTO SOME OF
THE CHIEF PARALLELISMS AND CONTRASTS
RELIGIOUS SYSTEMS OF THE ANCIENT WORLD.
With special reference to prevailing Difficulties and Objections.
CHARLES HARDWICK, M. A.
CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.
Religions of Egypt and Medo-Persia.
MACMILLAN AND CO.
AND 23, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.
(The Christian Advocate's Publication for 1858).
110. b. 193.