By Gaius Glenn Atkins
First released in 1924, this identify explores the colleges of non secular concept and perform that sprung up in the direction of the tip of the 19th century and at first of the 20th: sects, mystics and spiritualists, theological sciences and medical theologies, own philosophies, and a major diversity of latest trajectories of concept in the validated kinds of Western ecu Christianity.
In specific, the writer explores the varied ways that ‘Eastern’ spiritual traditions, or at the least religious styles deriving thought from the Orient, won a foothold between seekers within the West at a time of optimism and trust in growth.
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