Two Old Faiths: Essays on the Religions of the Hindus and the Mohammedans

John Murray MITCHELL (1815 - 1904) and William MUIR (1819 - 1905)

This book contains two essays, one by each of the listed authors. They describe the two religions of Hinduism and Islam, their history, and their contrast with Christianity. This book was part of the curriculum for the C.L.S.C. (the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle) in the early 1900s. (Summary by Scientila)

Genre(s): Religion

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 The Hindu Religion: Outline of the Essay Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 02 Introduction Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 03 I. The Vedas Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 04 II. Philosophy, And Ritualism Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 05 III. Reconstruction-Modern Hinduism Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 06 IV. Contrast With Christianity Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 07 V. Hinduism In Contact With Christianity Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 08 The Rise and Decline of Islam: Outline of the Essay Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 09 Introduction Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 10 I. The Rapid Spread of Islam Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 11 II. Why the Spread of Islam was Stayed Scientila Duddempudi
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Play 12 III. Low Position of Islam in the Scale of Civilization Scientila Duddempudi
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