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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

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the cuneiform inscriptions speak of, 105.
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  • 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;
  • not crucified

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