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
Page: 3366. _He was born in a Cave._
6. _He was ordered to be put to death._
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Page xii, under Bell (J.): in 2 vols. London: J. Bell, 1790.[period missing in original]
Page xii, under Blavatsky (H. P.): by H. P. Blavatsky,[original has period] in 2 vols.
Page xv, under Hardy (R. S.): A Manual of Buddhism in its Modern Development.[period missing in original]
Page xvi, under Higgins (Godfrey): London: Longman, Rees,[comma missing in original] Orne, Brown & Longman.
Page xviii, under Lillie (Arthur): London: Trübner[original has Trubner] & Co.
Pave xviii, under Mary (Apoc.): The Gospel of the Birth of Mary, attributed to St. Matthew.[original has comma]
Page xviii, under Maurice (Thomas): compared with those of Persia, Egypt[original has Egyp-]
Page xviii, under Montfaucon (B.): Second edit.[period missing in original] Paris: 1722.
Page xxii, under Taylor (Robert): Evidences, and Early History of Christianity[original has Chiristianity]
Page xxii, under Taylor (Robert): Boston:[original has semi-colon] J. P. Mendum, 1876.
Page xxiii: Beausobre's[original has Beausobres'] Histoire Critique de Manichée et du Manicheisme
Page xxiii: Sir John Malcolm's[original has Malcom's] History of Persia
Page 3: closed up the flesh instead thereof."[closing quotation mark missing in original]
Page 10: it was in a gentle slumber."[closing quotation mark missing in original]
Page 11: the power of the resurrection."[closing quotation mark missing in original]
Page 23: in his "Ancient Fragments," the[original has "The] history
Page 32: Agni, the[original has the the] Hindoo god
Page 52: "[quotation mark missing in original]The whole multitude of the people
Page 66: Chambers's Encyclopædia[original has Encylopædia]
Page 82: this founder of civilization[original has cizilization] has a Solar character
Page 89: as Pharaoh's[original has Pharoah's] daughter did with the child
Page 107: "[original has single quote]The student of Pagan religion
Page 102: Xisuthrus[original has Xisthrus] (who is the Chaldean hero)
Page 109: (Joel,[original has period] iii. 6)
Page 141: birth of great men[original has greatmen], such as Abraham
Page 146: mankind by persuading[original has pursuading] them to eat
Page 149: apocryphal Gospel called "[quotation mark missing in original]Protevangelion"
Page 176: applied himself to practice asceticism[original has ascetcism]
Page 181: folly it is to expect salvation[original has savlation]
Page 182: temple of the Laphystian[original has Laphystan] Jupiter
Page 245: who appear before him as the judge.[original has extraneous quotation mark]
Page 247: all things were created by him."[original has single quote]
Page 282: Jesus was pierced with a spear.[282:4][period and footnote anchor missing in original]
Page 283: 36. "[quotation mark missing in original]And after six days
Page 284: fix his heart and thoughts on God alone."[closing quotation mark missing in original]
Page 287: Aristotle[original has Aristote] a picker-up of ethics
Page 298: [original has extraneous quotation mark]Well authenticated records establish
Page 299: "[quotation mark missing in original]When the time came
Page 300: Gautama Buddha taught that all men are brothers;[semi-colon missing in original]
Page 301: before the practice of shaving the head[original has dead]