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comparative religion

noun

  1. a field of study seeking to derive general principles from a comparison and classification of the growth and influence of various religions.


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How should the science of comparative religion class this form of faith?

Comparative religion teaches that creeds which reject missionary enterprise are foredoomed to decay.

On the other hand, comparative religion is a very important branch of theoretical theology.

This fact makes Indian mythology of special interest to the ever-increasing number of students of comparative religion.

At the present day it has indirectly brought into existence the science of Comparative Religion.

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