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Author Browne, H. Junor

Title Religion in the light of truth and reason / H. Junor Browne
Published Melbourne [Vic.] : H.J. Browne, 1900
Table of Contents
 Coincidences in the life of Krishna and Jesus 
 Roman Catholicism before the birth of Jesus and its paganized Christianity since that time 
 The wisdom and goodness of God vindicated 
 The great popular delusion: or, a good God dnd a rational faith 
 The religion of the future or, The higher law of truth and right 
   Religion viewed in the light of reason 
   Popular superstition 
   Inspiration natural and continuous 
   The true basis of religion 
   Evidence of a life to come 
   The seen and the unseen worlds 
   Life here and thereafter 
 The destiny of man 
 A rational faith : a scientific basis for believe in a future progressive state versus faith in traditions and dogmas irreconcilable with reason 
   Reasons for the hope that is in me 
   A touching funeral discourse 
   Loss of the "Iolanthe" yacht 
   Is spritualism credible 
   The doctrines of the popular faith contrasted with the teachings of modern spiritualism 
   Christianity : its origin and esoteric meaning 
   Concluding remarks 
 Two of the most marvellous cases of obsession on record 
 The Baconian authorship of Shakespeare's plays refuted 


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Description approximately 572 pages in various pagings ; 19 cm
Notes Consists of a collection of the author's publications issued and bound together under a general title page. Each item has its own title page and separate pagination
Ferguson no. 7556
Subject Spiritualism.
Christianity -- Controversial literature.