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How the great religions began
Rev. and enl. ed.
Joseph Gaer

Published 1956 by New American Library in New York .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Religions of India: Buddhism, the religion of the enlightened one
Jainism, the religion of Mahavira the Conqueror
Hindustan, land of many deities
Religions of China and Japan: Confucianism, the teachings of a Great Sage
Taoism, the religion few can understand
Shinto, the way of the gods
Zoroastrianism, spark of the sacred fire
Judaism, religion of many prophets
Christianity, star of the purple East
Mohammedanism, flaming sword of the desert
Reformation, out of the dark ages.

Edition Notes

Reprint of Dodd, Mead edition.

Title on cover, p. 4: God and man.

Includes index.

A Signet key book -- KD 359


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BL80 .G128 1956b

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