Reblogging for future reference.
The Unknown God, or Inspiration Among Pre-Christian Races, by C. Loring Brace
As someone who has read more than my fair share of books attempting to smuggle the beliefs of Buddhism into Christianity  and who has thought long and hard about the issue of ancient religions and general revelation , this book was a great pleasure to read, and a book that deserves to be much better known and remembered concerning the area of comparative religion and the study of general revelation. It is common to read books that seek to tear down other religious traditions or backgrounds based on the presence of corruption or imperfection on the part of believers or doctrines and the admixture of superstition and vain mysticism, and there is plenty of such criticism to be found in these pages, but this book provides the other side of the coin, and that is a sincere…
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