What World Religions Teach

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INDEX
ABRAHAM, 121, 147
Abu Bakr, caliph, 123 ff., 131, 138
Adi Granth, Sikh scripture, 106
Africa, ch. 11, p. 184
Aga Khan, 139
Agni, Hindu god, 16, 113
ahimsa, non-violence, 36, 38 f., 44, 60, 203
Ahmadiyya, Muslim sect, 140, 169, 184
Ahriman, Angra Mainyu, evil spirit, 115, 117f.
Ahura Mazda, Zoroastrian God, 113 ff., 117f.
Akbar, Great Mogul, 33
Alexander the Great, 46, 56
Al-Ghazali, 142
Ali, caliph, 123, 127, 138
Ali, A., 144
Allah, God, 126
Allen, E. L., 197
almsgiving, 135
Amaterasu, Japanese deity, 89 ff., 92 f.
American Indians, 96, 99
Amida, Amitabha, Buddha, 65 ff., 70, 92
Amidah, Jewish prayer, 164
Analects, Confucian text, 74 ff.
Ananda, Buddha's chief disciple, 51 f.
ancestors, 67, 75 f., 78, 91, 96, 100 f.
Andrews, C. F., 37, 44
Anesaki, M., 90
Anglican Church, 184 f.
animism, 97 f.
arhat, lohan, Buddhist ' worthy one,' 50
Aristotle, 75
Arjuna, Indian warrior, 23 f.
Arya Samaj, reform society, 35
Aryan tribes, 14, 23, 113
asceticism, 33, 35, 40 f., 42, 47, 103, 180
Ashkenazim, Jews, 165
Ashoka, emperor, 55 ff., 205
Assassins, Muslim sect, 139
Assumption, 188
atman, soul, 20, 60
Atonement, Day of, 166
Aurobindo Ghosh, 36
Australian aborigines, 96, 100
avatar, descent, incarnation, 22 f., 26, 36, 58, 174, 202, 204
Avesta, Zoroastrian scriptures, 117 f.
BAB, Persian prophet, 107 f.
Baha Ullah, 107 f.
Bahais, 107 ff., 140, 190
Baptist Churches, 186, 187, 189
Bar Cochba, Jewish leader, 154, 162
Barnett, L. D., 65
begging food, 52, 62
Bell, R., 194
Benares, 28, 47 f., 103 f., 110
Besant, A., 109
Bhagavad-Gita, Hindu scripture, 23 ff., 29, 32, 37, 59, 110, 196 f.
bhakti, devotion, 25, 103
Bhave, Vinoba, Indian leader, 37, 205
bhikshu, Buddhist monk, 62
bhoodan, land girt, 37
Bible, 7, 36, 133 f., chs. 17-22
bishops, 178, 185

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