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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Page 302: "[quotation mark missing in original]We know that the Fo-pen-hing was translated

Page 302: "[quotation mark missing in original]These Gâthas were evidently composed

Page 302: "[quotation mark missing in original]It would be a natural inference

Page 303: around the idea of a Chakravarti[original has Chakrawarti]

Page 308: "[quotation mark missing in original]For you either know, or can know

Page 312: the flesh and bones of Vitziliputzli[original has Vitzilipuzlti]

Page 313: It suggests itself to our mind that[original has that that] this style

Page 321: he saw some one undergoing baptism by aspersion.[original has extraneous colon]

Page 322: blessing from the Saviour Quetzalcoatle[original has Quetzacoatle]

Page 330: worshiped a Virgin Mother and Son,[original has period] who was represented

Page 334: title of "Queen of Heaven."[closing quotation mark missing in original]

Page 340: It is placed by Müller[original has Muller]

Page 342: it is the hieroglyph[original has hierogylph] of goodness

Page 343: also the symbol[original has symobl] of the Babylonian god Bal

Page 351: I. E. E. S.[period missing in original], was a monogram of Bacchus

Page 393: no work should be undertaken."[quotation mark missing in original]

Page 399: Thames River god officiates[original has officates] at the baptism

Page 405: Cardinal Baronius[original has Baronias]

Page 405: emblems of either the Linga[original has Lingha] or Yoni

Page 407: "[quotation mark missing in original]To the emperor,—a mere worldling

Page 416: unruly evil, full of deadly poison."[quotation mark missing in original]

Page 443: Whose judgment stronger grows, acts always right."[closing quotation mark missing in original]

Page 447: crowds which usually[original has unsually] fill the apartments

Page 449: doubt was that Sopater the philosopher[original has philospher]

Page 459: for there[original has their] being four Gospels

Page 460: may be found to-day[original has to day] in our canonical New Testament

Page 464: concerning the genuineness[original has genuiness] of writings

Page 467: the light approaches.'[single quote missing in original]"

Page 479: birth of the god Sol, the beneficent[original has benificent] Saviour

Page 487: crucified in the heavens for the salvation of man."[quotation mark missing in original]

Page 507: Thus under a varied appellation[original has appelation]

Page 510: Did not Damus[original has Damis], the beloved disciple of Apollonius

Page 512: "[quotation mark missing in original]For many deceivers are entered

Page 535: [original has extraneous quotation mark]In the mythology of Finns

Page 538: the Hiong-nu, and the Japanese?"[quotation mark missing in original]

Page 540: "[quotation mark missing in original]The Tunguse, Mongolians, and a great part

Page 540: "[quotation mark missing in original]It is very certain that thousands

Page 552: Max Müller, the[original has The] Rev. George W. Cox

Page 557: most widely known[original has extraneous comma] characters

Page 559: Hephæstos[original has Hesphæstos] as the young, not yet risen Sun

Page 564: our Christian ancestors before Eusebius[original has Esuebius]

Page 569: Æolus[original has Æolis]

Page 570, under Ascension: of Zoroaster, 216[comma and page number missing in original]

Page 570, Atonement: the doctrine of,[comma missing in original] taught before the time

Page 571, under Black God: the, crucified, 201.[original has comma]

Page 572, under Carnutes: the, of Gaul, 198;[original has comma] the Lamb of, 199.

Page 572, under Christ (Jesus): not identical with the historical Jesus, 506.[period missing in original]

Page 573, under Claudius: Roman Emperor, 126;[original has comma] considered divine, 126.

Page 573, under Conception: of Fo-hi[hyphen missing in original], 119