The Religions of Democracy: Judaism, Catholicism, Protestantism in Creed and Life

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THE
RELIGIONS
OF
DEMOCRACY
JUDAISM, CATHOLICISM, PROTESTANTISM
IN CREED AND LIFE

By
LOUIS FINDELSTEIN
J. ELLIOT ROSS
WILLIAM ADAMS BROWN

THE DEVIN-ADAIR COMPANY
NEW YORK
1941

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents i
  • Introduction iii
  • The Beliefs and Practices of Judaism 1
  • I. Introduction 3
  • Ii. the Place of Study in Judaism 10
  • Iii. the Place of Ethics in Judaism 15
  • Iv. the Basic Concepts of Judaism 20
  • V. the System of Blessings 36
  • Vi. the Synagogue and the Prayers 39
  • Vii. the Sabbath and the Festivals 50
  • Viii. Special Occasions in the Course of Life 74
  • Ix. the Dietary Laws 83
  • X. the Jewish Hope for the Future 86
  • Bibliography 88
  • The Roman Catholic Religion in Creed and Life 89
  • I. Introduction 91
  • Ii. the Catholic Creed 110
  • Iii. Catholicism in the Life of Catholics 139
  • Bibliography 169
  • Iii Protestantism in Creed and Life 171
  • I. Introduction 173
  • Ii. the Faith of Protestants 186
  • Iii. Protestantism as a Way of Life 218
  • Bibliography 238
  • Appendix Affirmation of Union in Allegiance to Our Lord Jesus Christ 239
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