God-Idea of the Ancients or Sex in Religion
by Eliza Burt Gamble
A comprehensive study into the various aspects of sex in world religions, creeds and dogmas of existing faiths and mythologies.
Religion is especially liable to reflect the vagaries and weaknesses of human nature; and, as the forms and habits of thought connected with worship take a firmer hold on the mental constitution than do those belonging to any other department of human experience, religious conceptions should be subjected to frequent and careful examination in order to perceive, if possible, the extent to which we are holding on to ideas which are unsuited to existing conditions.
15x21 cm, 350 pgs
- English Books
- Religion, Mysticism, Cults