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Pagan & Christian Creeds : Their Origin and Meaning (edition 2009)

by Edward Carpenter

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An important thinker in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century period, English writer and philosopher Edward Carpenter was blessed with a seemingly insatiable intellectual curiosity. In this wide-ranging analysis of early religions and folk beliefs, Carpenter offers a deft and often poetic take on ancient rituals and deities.… (more)
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Title:Pagan & Christian Creeds : Their Origin and Meaning
Authors:Edward Carpenter
Info:BiblioBazaar (2009), Paperback, 320 pages
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An important thinker in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century period, English writer and philosopher Edward Carpenter was blessed with a seemingly insatiable intellectual curiosity. In this wide-ranging analysis of early religions and folk beliefs, Carpenter offers a deft and often poetic take on ancient rituals and deities.

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