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Forlong, James George Roche, -1904; John B. Day (Firm); Scott & Ferguson (Firm). Chart in slipcase entitled: A student's synchronological chart of the religions of the world (235 x 67 c. folded to 23 x 27 c. mounted on fabric). Errata at end of both vols.

Forlong, James George Roche, -1904; John B. References," p. -xii, v. 1. Notes.

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James George Roche Forlong (1824-1904) wrote on comparative religion after serving in India as an engineer in the British army. Rivers of Life is his major work.

No other source work describes in this magnificent detail our great spiritual heritage

Contents: Tree Worship; Serpent and Phallic Worship; Fire Worship; Sun Worship; Ancestor Worship; Early Faiths of Western Asia; Faiths of Western Aborigines in Europe and Adjacent Countries; Faiths of Eastern Aborigines, Non-Aryan, Aryan and Shemitik. No other source work describes in this magnificent detail our great spiritual heritage. Out-of-print for over 100 years, now you have the opportunity of embellishing your own library with this very rare and illuminating book.

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Are you sure you want to remove Rivers of Life, Part 2, or Sources and Streams of the Faiths of Man in all Lands Showing the Evolution of Faiths from the Rudest Symbolisms to the Latest Spiritual Developments from your list? . HAVING sketched what we may call the five unwritten Faith-ideas of early men-which, though possessing no regularly defined Bibles, or Sacred Scriptures, were never, as far back as we can see, without rituals and literature of their own-we shall now pursue the more defined and easier, though still difficult task, of tracing religious development in one of the earliest cradles.

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Rivers of Life, or Sources and Streams of the Faiths of Man in all Lands, by Major General . Or, Sources and streams of the faiths of man. In all lands; showing the. Evolution of faiths from the rudest symbolisms to the latest spiritual developments. By. Major-general j. g. r. forlong . With maps, illustrations, And separate chart of faith streams.

James George Roche Forlong (6 November 1824 – 29 March 1904) was a Major General of the Indian Army who trained as a civil . His huge opus "Rivers of Life" was followed by "Faiths of Man: A Cyclopaedia of Religions" which was published posthumously in 1906

James George Roche Forlong (6 November 1824 – 29 March 1904) was a Major General of the Indian Army who trained as a civil engineer in Scotland and England. He was renowned for his road-building skills through the jungles of India and Burma and for his studies on comparative religion. His huge opus "Rivers of Life" was followed by "Faiths of Man: A Cyclopaedia of Religions" which was published posthumously in 1906. Forlong was a rationalist. He was an Honorary Associate of the Rationalist Press Association, to which he left a sum of money in his will.

R Major-General Forlong was not only a military engineer but also a life-long, comparative scholar of world religions.

Rivers of Life, or Sources and Streams of the Faiths of Man in All Lands; Showing the Evolution of Faiths from the Rudest Symbolisms to the Latest Spiritual Developments. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1883. Major-General Forlong was not only a military engineer but also a life-long, comparative scholar of world religions. He produced two magisterial works: Faiths of Man, a Cyclopaedia of Religions (1906) and this work in 1883.

James George Roche Forlong (6 November 1824 – 29 March 1904 . Rivers of life : Vols 1 and 2. or sources and streams of the faiths of man in all lands showing the evolution of faiths from the rudest symbolisms to the latest spiritual developments.

James George Roche Forlong (6 November 1824 – 29 March 1904) was a Major General of the Indian Army who trained as a civil engineer in Scotland and England. He was renowned for his road-building skills through the jungles of India and Burma and for his authorship of the book "Rivers of Life". YouTube Encyclopedic. B. Quaritch: London; Edinburgh, printed, 1883.

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