Religion PDF books available for free download from our online reading library. List of free eBooks in this page are The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Deuteronomy, The Golden Bough: A Study of Magic and Religion, The Imitation of Christ, The Influence of Buddhism on Primitive Christianity, The King James Version of the Bible, The Legendary History of the Cross, etc..
The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Deuteronomy is a biblical work written by Andrew Harper who was a Scottish–Australian biblical scholar who wrote many christian writings under this pseudonym. Though he was a fine scholar except this work, his writings did not earn much reputation. Excerpts from the book:In approaching a book so spiritually g..
The Golden Bough is a comparative study of magic and religion written by James George Frazer, a Scottish anthropologist remembered as one of the founding fathers of modern anthropology whose works greatly influenced the modern studies of comparative religion. His notable works include The Growth of Plato's Ideal Theory, Devil's Advocate, The Worshi..
The Imitation of Christ is a Christian devotional classic text written by Thomas A Kempis, a German author, remembered for his works such as Soliloquy of the Soul, Valley of Lilies, Garden of Roses, and Prayers and Meditations on the Life of Christ.
The Imitation of Christ has been credited for the second work after bible, in terms of translatio..
The Influence of Buddhism on Primitive Christianity is a religious non-fiction work written by Arthur Lillie who was a soldier turned Buddhist. His works did not receive any notable appreciation from the literary scholars. His published works include Buddha and early Buddhism, The Cobra Diamond, India in Primitive Christianity. The Popular Li..
This English translation of the bible is the approved version of English Church authorities. Commonly called as King James Bible or Authorized Version, this translation spanned across seven years from 1604 to 1611. In response to the problems in the translation perceived by the puritans on the earlier translations of King Henry VI..
The Legendary History of the Cross is a series of sixty-four woodcuts from a Dutch book published by VELDENER. This 14th century publication is now republished with many illustrations and an introduction by John William Ashton, an Australian Anglican bishop. Baring Gould has written a preface to this book about the history of cross since..
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