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Revised Edition 

Two new chapters have been added: "The Religion of 
the Celts and Teutons" and "The Unfolding of the 
Idea of God in the Religions of the World." 

THE RELIGIONS 
OF THE WORLD 

By GEORGE A. BARTON 

Professor of Biblical Literature and Semitic 
Languages in Bryn Mawr College 

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