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" Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory as a part of true religion, nor was it supposed that, by believing, a man acquired religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance... "
An Introduction to the History of Religion - Side 234
af Frank Byron Jevons - 1902 - 443 sider
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An Introduction to the History of Religion

Frank Byron Jevons - 1896 - 443 sider
...such a way that sacrifice tended to appear as a bargain in which the latter had so much the better that he got everything and practically gave nothing....the favour of the gods."1 It is also true that there ia a conspicuous absence of religious feeling from most myths. Still it is impossible for us to exclude...
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An Introduction to the History of Religion

Frank Byron Jevons - 1902 - 443 sider
...such a way that sacrifice tended to appear as a bargain in which the latter had so much the better that he got everything and practically gave nothing....impossible for us to exclude the consideration of mythology.8 Myths are not like psalms or hymns, lyrical expressions of religious emotion ; they are...
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The Makers of Hellas: A Critical Inquiry Into the Philosophy and Religion of ...

E. E. G. - 1903 - 711 sider
...the community in which they were current, as compliance with the ritual of the State was enforced. " Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods " (Robertson Smith, The Religion of the Semites, p. 17). On the other hand, compliance with ritual...
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The Philosophy of Religion: A Critical and Speculative Treatise of ..., Bind 1

George Trumbull Ladd - 1905
...and were propagated largely in the form of myth. And when the same authority proceeds to declare : " Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods ; " the entire relation of faith and dogma in the religious development of humanity is i The Religion...
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Comparative Religion: Its Genesis and Growth

Louis Henry Jordan - 1905 - 668 sider
...ancient religion ; for it had no sacred sanction, and no binding force upon the worshippers. . . . Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance of certain sacred acts prescribed...
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Comparative Religion: Its Genesis and Growth

Louis Henry Jordan - 1905 - 668 sider
...of ancient religion; for it had no sacred sanction, and no binding force upon the worshippers. . . . Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...part of true religion, nor was it supposed that by bclwving a man acquired religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods. What was obligatory...
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Lectures on the Religion of the Semites: First Series. The Fundamental ...

William Robertson Smith - 1907 - 507 sider
...provided that he fulfilled the ritual with accuracy, no one cared what he believed about its origin. Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance of certain sacred acts prescribed...
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Folklore as an Historical Science

George Laurence Gomme - 1908 - 371 sider
...part of ancient religion, for it had no sacred sanction and no binding force on the worshippers. . . . Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...religious merit and conciliated the favour of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance of certain sacred acts prescribed...
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A Psychological Study of Religion: Its Origin, Function, and Future

James Henry Leuba - 1912 - 371 sider
...part of ancient religion, for it had no sacred sanction and no binding force on the worshipper. . . . Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...was it supposed that, by believing, a man acquired merit and conciliated the favor of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance...
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The Religion of the Primitives

Alexandre Le Roy - 1922 - 334 sider
...of ancient religion; for it had no sacred sanction, and no binding force upon the worshipers. . . . Belief in a certain series of myths was neither obligatory...a man acquired religious merit and conciliated the favor of the gods. What was obligatory or meritorious was the exact performance of certain acts prescribed...
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