India in Primitive Christianity (Annotated)

India in Primitive Christianity (Annotated)

by Arthur Lillie (Author)
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In his book “Indian in Primitive Christianity” published in 1909, Arthur Lillie presents an interesting angle to the subject of comparative religions, with the underlying implication that there might have been a historic connection between the religions of India and primitive Christianity and the latter had many parallels with Buddhism. Lillie also suggests that the Biblical God of Judaism and Christianity might be a variation of Shiva. 

While scholars may agree or disagree with his arguments and evidence, “Indian in Primitive Christianity” is a valuable source of information for anyone interested in the competitive studies of Christianity with the religions of India, especially with Hinduism and Buddhism.


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Publication date
January 23, 2022
File size
3.45 MB
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