posted on Oct, 12 2008 @ 09:48 PM
He did make ALOT of correlations on the mythos' of antiquity. The 28th chapter is HUGE, biggest in the book and is a deep look at Qabalism.
It's been awhile, but i believe he also examines similarities between christianity and the pre-christian faiths who's mythologic histories all but
parallel christianity. Something which i am strongly in favor of, the base teachings of christianty (Love thyself, love thy nighbour) are as pure and
decent as anything man has ever thought before, but they are nothing new, and nothing exclusive.
Which was what he was getting at, religion should be inclusive, not exclusive.. it should examine ideas and find the similarities, not the
differences. and isnt that what our masonic contributors here have been saying all along?