Internal Unity of All Religions
Enkay Publishers, 1992 - 239 pages
The Book Seeks To Support The Thesis That The Experience Of Losing And Identity With The Higher Being Is The Same In All Religions Which Lies To The Internal Or Psychological Unity Of All Religion. 16 Chapters-Bibliography.
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Chapter Pages I Introduction Religious experience as a psychological need
Religous practices of primitive man
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accepted according action ancient animal authority became become believe body born Braham Buddha called cause century ceremonies christ christian consciousness cosmic dead death deity desires devotion disciples divine doctrine duty early earth efforts energy essential ethical example existence fact faith father feeling fire followers forces give gods Guru happiness heart Heaven higher Hinduism human idea individual influence Islam Jesus jews killed king kingdom knowledge later liberation light living means mental mind moral Muslim mystic nature object offered peace perfect Persian practices pray prayer present priest prophet pure qualities Quran reach reality reason religion religious experience revelation rites rituals sacred sacrifice satisfied sense Shinto social soul spirit submit suffering teaching temple things thinking thought totem true truth ultimate unity universe various virtues whole worship