Franklin

Magic and religion, by Andrew Lang.

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Author/Creator:
Lang, Andrew, 1844-1912.
Publication:
London, New York, Longmans, Green, 1901.
Format/Description:
Book
x, 316 p. 24 cm.
Subjects:
Mythology.
Religion.
Contents:
Science and superstition.
The theory of loan-gods; or borrowed religion.
Magic and religion.
The origin of the Christian faith.
The approaches to Mr. Frazer's theory.
Attempts to prove the Sacaean criminal divine.
Zakmuk, Sacaea, and Purim.
Mordecai, Esther, Vashti, and Haman.
Why was the mock-king of the Sacaea whipped and hanged?
Calvary.
The ghastly priest.
South African religion.
"Cup and ring": an old problem solved.
First-fruits and taboos.
Walking through fire.
Appendices: A. Mr. Tylors's theory of borrowing. B. The martyrdom of Dasius. C. The ride of the beardless one.
Index.
Science and superstition.
The theory of loan-gods, or borrowed religion.
Magic and religion.
The origin of the Christian faith.
The approaches to Mr. Frazer's theory.
Attemps to prove the Sacaean criminal divine.
Zakmuk, Sacaea, and Purim.
Mordecai, Esther, Vashti, and Haman.
Why was the mock-king of the Sacaea whipped and hanged?
Calvary.
The ghastly priest.
South African religion.
"Cup and ring:" An old problem solved.
First-fruits and taboos.
Walking through fire.
Appendices. Mr. Tylor's theory of borrowing. The martyrdom of Dasius. The ride of the beardless one.
OCLC:
988177
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