Egyptian Mythology And Egyptian Christianity

Egyptian Mythology And Egyptian Christianity

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by Samuel Sharpe
     
 

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Egyptian Mythology And Egyptian Christianity
by Samuel Sharpe

With Their Influence on the Opinions of Modern Christendom. "When Christians shall at length acknowledge that many of those doctrines, which together now make up orthodoxy, or the religion of the majority, as distinguished from the simple religion which Jesus taught and practised; when they

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Egyptian Mythology And Egyptian Christianity
by Samuel Sharpe

With Their Influence on the Opinions of Modern Christendom. "When Christians shall at length acknowledge that many of those doctrines, which together now make up orthodoxy, or the religion of the majority, as distinguished from the simple religion which Jesus taught and practised; when they shall acknowledge that many of them are so many sad and lamentable errors; then, and not till then, will they seek to know their origin, and enquire from which of the several branches of Paganism they sprung. They will then see that most of the so-called Christian doctrines, that have no place in the New Testament, reached Europe from Egypt, through Alexandria." Contents: Religion of Upper Egypt; Religion of Lower Egypt; Religion Under the Persian Conquerors; Religion Under the Ptolemies; Religion Under the Romans; Christianity Under the Roman Emperors; Christianity Under the Byzantine Emperors.

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ISBN-13:
2940012122827
Publisher:
Apps Publisher
Publication date:
01/27/2011
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
3 MB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too mant technical errors. Graphics cover text, pages loop, and the author needs to get to the point. Not an interesting read and it gives no foundation as to the links of Christianity in the sample. -- RDL