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Image from page 250 of “The World’s Parliament of Religions : an illustrated and popular story of the World’s First Parliament of Religions, held in Chicago in connection with the Columbian exposition of 1893” (1893)
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Title: The World’s Parliament of Religions : an illustrated and popular story of the World’s First Parliament of Religions, held in Chicago in connection with the Columbian exposition of 1893
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Barrows, John Henry, 1847-1902
Subjects: World’s Parliament of Religions, Chicago, 1893 Religions
Publisher: Chicago : Parliament Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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Text Appearing Before Image:
nkly accept a law of change and advance. The pre-sumption is in favor of those who are in advance of commonopinion, who come out from churches, and move forward fromcreeds, to fulfill the law of constant unfolding and evolution,until, in spite of all changes, we all come unto a perfect man,Christ Jesus. Sir William Dawson, in an eleventh-day paper, summarizedthe conclusions of science which bear upon religion, showingthat they involve no necessary hostility to the doctrines ofreligion, and that for the most part the notable men of sciencehave been men of faith and piety. The eleventh – day paper of H. Dharmapala remarkedespecially upon the teachings of Buddha on evolution. Theyare clear and expansive. The most advanced conception ofmodern science has not gone beyond the generalized idea ofBuddha, that the entire knowable universe is one undividedwhole, both the phenomena of nature and those of humannature and human life lying under one grand law of the devel-opment of all things. *. \

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MANPAPA PAVILION IN Tllli AKUNA KAJAWAR.ML\MA TKMPLE, U^VNKJK, SIAM. CHAPTER X. WHAT THE VARIOUS FAITHS HAD TO SAY OF RELIGIONIN ITS RELATION TO MORALS. THE Parsee faith, set forth on the third-day by J. J. Modi,gives as a definition of morality, Purity is the bestthing for man after birth. It means by purity righteousnessof conduct and life. It makes such purity or righteousnessidentical with piety, which is not sentiment toward, but prac-tical obeying of, the commands of Deity. To give a shortdefinition of piety it says that The preservation of goodthoughts, good words, and good deeds is piety. Thepromise of a pious and moral life here and of safe passagethrough the gates of heaven is in practice according to thisthree-fold rule, Think of nothing but the truth, speak ofnothing but the truth, and do nothing but what is proper.Good thoughts, good words, and good deeds alone will beour intercessors and open to us the gates of Paradise. Bythese we practice honesty, charity, and truthful

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