Bible Myths and their Parallels in other Religions Being a Comparison of the Old and New Testament Myths and Miracles with those of the Heathen Nations of Antiquity Considering also their Origin and Meaning
the cuneiform inscriptions speak of, 105
Jacob, his vision of the ladder, 42;
explained, 42, 104.
Janus, the keys of, transferred to Peter, 399.
Japanese, the American race descended from the same stock as the, 538.
Jason, a dangerous child, 171;
brought up by Cheiron, 171;
the same name as Jesus, 196.
Jehovah, the name, esteemed sacred among the Egyptians, 48;
the same as Y-ha-ho, 48;
well known to the Heathens, 49.
Jehovistic writer, the, of the Pentateuch, 93.
Jemshid, devoured by a great monster, 18.
Jerusalem, Jews taken at the Ebionite sack of, were sold to the Grecians, 103.
Jesuits, the, in China, appalled at finding, in that country, a counterpart to the Virgin of Judea, 119.
Jesus, not born of a Virgin according to the Ebionites or Nazarenes, 134;
the day, month or year of his birth not known, 359;
was an historical personage, 506;
no clearly defined traces of, in history, 517;
his person indistinct, 517;
assumed the character of "Messiah," 520;
a native of Galilee, 520;
a zealot, 522;
is put to death by the Romans, 522;