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Some alternatives to Jesus By John Leslie Johnston 1914

The Egyptian Element in the Birth Stories of the Gospels by W.St. Chad Boscawen 1913

The Faith in Jesus, Not a New Faith 1885

The Horus Myth in Its Relation to Christianity by William Ricketts Cooper - 1877

Neoplatonism in Relation to Christianity by Charles Elsee 1908

Early Christianity and Paganism by Henry Donald Maurice Spence 1902

Signs and Symbols Illustrated and Explained By George Oliver 1837

The Evolution of Early Christianity by Shirley Jackson Case 1914

The Causes of the Corruption of Christianity by Robert Vaughan 1834

Christian Origins By Otto Pfleiderer 1906

Christian Worship: its Origin and Evolution by L Duchesne 1903

The Gnostic Crucifixion George Robert Stow Mead - 1907

The Gnostic Heresies of the First and Second Centuries by Henry L Mansel 1875

The Gnostics and their Remains, Ancient and Mediaeval by CW King 1887

Jesus the Christ in the Light of Psychology, Volume 1 by G Stanley Hall 1917

Jesus the Christ in the Light of Psychology, Volume 2 by G Stanley Hall 1917

The Origin of Pagan Idolatry, Volume 1 by George Stanley Faber - 1816

The Origin of Pagan Idolatry, Volume 2 by George Stanley Faber - 1816

The Origin of Pagan Idolatry, Volume 3 by George Stanley Faber - 1816

The Popish Mass - The Conformity of the Church of Rome with Paganism by Andrew Meagher 1823

“Mystery: Babylon the Great” Pagan, Papal, Semi Papal By Charles COWAN M.D. 1866

The Worship of the Serpent by John B Deane 1833

The Patriarchal Age - The History and Religion of Mankind by George Smith 1847

Gentile Nations by George Smith 1853

A Critical Enquiry into the History of Jesus Christ By Paul Heinrich D. Holbach

Our Sun-God, Or, Christianity Before Christ BY John Denham Parsons 1895

An Exposition of the Mysteries by John Fellow - 1835

The Ancient World and Christianity By Edmond de Pressensé 1888

The Mystical Woman and the Cities of the Nations 1867

Rome: Pagan and Papal by Mourant Brock - 1883

Popery (Catholicism) in alliance with Heathenism by John Poynder 1835

The Christian Eucharist and the Pagan Cults by William M Groton 1914

Pagan and Christian Rome by Rodolfo Amedeo Lanciani - 1893

An Exact Parallel Between Rome-pagan and Rome-Christian by Joshua Stopford 1844

The Sun and the Serpent; a contribution to the history of Serpent-worship by CF Oldham 1905

Aryan Sun-Myths the Origin of Religions by Charles Morris 1889

A Christian Wreath for the Pagan Deities by Frances Arabella Rowden - 1820

Sun Lore of all Ages - a collection of Myths and Legends concerning the Sun and its Worship by William T Olcott 1914

Eastward Worship the Primitive Protestantism by William James Mackenzie 1886

A Study in the History of the Eucharist by James T Shotwell 1905

The Mysteries, Pagan and Christian by Samuel Cheetham - 1897

A Short History of Christian Theophagy by Preserved Smith 1922

The Mythical Interpretation of the Gospels by Thomas James Thorburn - 1916

Messiahs: Christian and Pagan by Wilson D Wallis 1918

Mythical Elements in the Samson Story 1907

Mythology among the Hebrews by Ignácz Goldziher - 1877

The Story of Samson and its Place in the Religious Development of Mankind by Paul Carus 1907

The Age of Fable & Beauties of Mythology by Thomas Bulfinch 1855

Jesus the Last Great Initiate by Edouard Schure 1908

Paganism Surviving in Christianity by Abraham H Lewis 1892

The Religion of Christ is the Religion of Nature by J Jorgenson 1827

Apollonius of Tyana, the Pagan Christ of the third century by Albert Reville 1866

Apollonius of Tyana, and other essays by T Whittaker 1909

Apollonius of Tyana, Identified as the Christian Jesus by Jonathan Manning Roberts 1894

Religions and the New Testament (Article in The Bibliotheca Sacra 1908)
"Even as at the birth of Christ, so with Mithras' birth, shepherds appear, who kneel in adoration. The parallel is striking...."

The Christ of Japan, article in Homiletic review 1913

Antiqua Mater, a study of Christian origins By Edwin Johnson 1887

The Historic Christ in the faith of Today by William Grist 1911
"Mithras and Christ are born on the same day, the Sun's birthday: Mithras in a grotto, Bacchus and Jupiter in a cave, and Christ in a stable, or, according to some apocryphal Gospels, in a cave. The magi, priests of the Sun, worship the Saviour; a star, Astronomy being their science, acquaints them of the birth of the god; and this God, the Lord Jesus Christ, rests in the arms of the Heavenly Virgin (Virgo Calestis of pagan cults), whose constellation rises on 25 December."

Religion and common sense by Donald Hankey 1918
"Several of the Twelve Apostles were fishermen. There were twelve signs of Zodiac, one of which was "Aquarius"—incidentally, there were also twelve tribes of Israel! Mithraism had rites connected with the "Solar Myth," and the dying and rising of the sun-god. Christians believed that Jesus died and rose again."

Religious Systems of the World - a contribution to the study of Comparative Religion 1911
"Even the 'stable' story has a curious connection with Mithraism."

Mithraism and Religions of the Empire, Article in the Open Court Magazine 1902

The Mysteries of Mithra, article in The American Catholic Quarterly Review 1922

The evolution of man: his religious systems and social customs By William Wright Hardwicke 1899

Christ and Other Masters - Historical inquiry into some of the chief parallelisms and contrasts between Christianity and the religious systems of the ancient world by Charles Hardwick 1875

The Early Christian Conception Of Christ by Otto Pfleiderer 1905

The Tree of Life - a study of religion by AE Crawley 1905
"Osiris loses his life through Typhon, and is revived by Isis. Adonis has his death and resurrection, likewise Bacchus and the Phrygian Attis, and always at the same season, the commencement of spring, of the transition to the victory of light by longer days over shorter nights."

The Origin of Paul's Religion by JG Machen 1921

Germany and the New Christ-Myth, article in Current Opinion 1912

Pagan & Christian creeds, their origin and meaning By Edward Carpenter 1921

Gems of Thought from Leading intellectual Lights : education, soul elevating and spiritualizing ; designed to illustrat certain grand truths which are connected with the spiritual philosophy 1906 (Jesus a myth by P.J. Cooley)

The Christ-Myth, article in Bibliotheca sacra 1911

The Christ myth by Arthur Drews 1911

Did Jesus really live? a reply to The Christ myth by H Rossington 1911

The witnesses to the historicity of Jesus by Arthur Drews 1912

Tammuz, Pan and Christ- notes on a typical case of myth-transference and development 1912 by WH Schoff 1912

Primitive Christianity and its Non-Jewish Sources by Carl Clemen 1912

Did Jesus Ever Live, article in The Arbitrator

The Birth and Infancy of Jesus Christ according to the gospel narratives by LM Sweet 1906

Ancient Egypt Light of the World by Gerald Massey 1907


Notes on Sun Worship, article in The Broad Views 1906

The Ethnological Background of the Eucharist, article in The American journal of religious psychology and education 1911

Jesus: Man or God, 5 Discourses by J Krauskopf 1900

Religion in the Heavens - Mythology unveiled by Logan Mitchell 1881

Jesus in the Vedas by Gosha Ramchandra

Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions
by Thomas William Doane 1882 589 pages

The Christ Myth by Elizabeth Edson Gibson Evans - 1900 - 129 pages
Jesus is Osiris, Horus, Krishna, Mithra, Hercules, Adonis, Buddha, intellectualized
by passing through the refining processes of Greek philosophy and ...

The Great Law: A Study of Religious Origins and of the Unity Underlying Them by William Williamson 1899
The Evolution of the Idea of God: An Inquiry Into the Origins of Religion by Grant Allen 1908
'At last we find the myth going off into pure mysticism, Osiris being at ...
of Jesus Christ militates against the human existence of Jesus of Nazareth. ...

Jesus: Myth, Man, Or God: Or, The Popular Theology and the Positive Religion by James Martin Peebles 1870
Christianity and Mythology
by John Mackinnon Robertson - 1900 - 484 pages
If then we reject as we do the pseudo-historical Osiris and Dionysos, why do we
accept as historical Buddha and Jesus ?

The Fathers of Jesus: A Study of the Lineage of the Christian Doctrine by Keningale Cook - 1886

The Mythical Interpretation of the Gospels: Critical Studies by Thomas James Thorburn 1916 - 356 pages
Osiris, again, whose rebirth, celebrated under the form of the young Horus (the
Osiris, ... derives the birth-story of Jesus from the Isis-myth; that is, ...

Isis and Osiris, Or, The Origin of Christianity by John Stuart Stuart Glennie 1878 - 432 pages

The Eternal Christ: Studies in the Life of Vision and Service
by Joseph Fort Newton - 1912 - 199 pages

The Trial of Jesus from a Lawyer's Standpoint
by Walter Marion Chandler - 1908

Antiquity Unveiled: Ancient Voices from the the Spirit Realms Dby Jonathan M. Roberts - 1894 - 600 pages

Pagan Christs: Studies in Comparative Hierology
by John Mackinnon Robertson, Rationalist Press Association - 1903 - 442 pages

A Short History of Christianity
by John Mackinnon Robertson - 1902 - 429 pages
The resurrection of Jesus is made to take place like that of Mithra, ... he walks
on the water like Poseidon; like Osiris and Phoebus Apollo he wields the ...

A Critical Examination of the Evidences for the Doctrine of the Virgin Birth - Page 161 by Thomas James Thorburn 1908
The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop

Also: Over 450 pages in pdf format DID JESUS LIVE 100 B.C.?


The Christ - A Critical Review and Analysis of the Evidence of His Existence John E. Remsberg 1909

Kersey Graves and The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors

Plus you get:
Buddhism and its Christian critics by Paul Carus 1905

Christianity and Buddhism compared by Robert Hardy 1874

Buddhism in its connexion with Brahmanism and Hinduism, and in its contrast with Christianity by Sir Monier-Williams 1889

The Creed of Buddha by Edmond Holmes 1908

Christianity before Christ by Charles Stone 1885

Bible Myths and their Parallels in other Religions by Thomas William Doane (has a chapter on Christ Buddha and Christ Jesus Compared)

India in primitive Christianity by Arthur Lillie 1909

The Evolution of the idea of God: an inquiry into the origins of religion By Grant Allen 1897 (discusses the Trinity)

The Buddhist-Christian Missing Link, article in the Open Court 1912

Buddhist & Christian gospels by AJ Edmunds 1905

Jesus in the 19th Century and After by H Weinel 1914

Anacalypsis by Godfrey Higgins 1874 (sections include: Orphic and Mithraitic Trinity similar to that of the Christians.—Hindoo Trinity, - Buddha and Christna the same)
Buddhist Legends (has a section on Buddhist-Christian Parallels) by Buddhaghosa 1921

Buddhist Legends and New Testament Teachings, article in the Ecclesiastical review 1922

Buddhist texts quoted as Scripture by the Gospel of John by AJ Edmunds 1906

Studies in the history of religions (has a section on "Buddhist and Christian parallels") by DG Lyon 1912

The Historical Analogies of Buddhism and Christianity by William Wordsworth 1877

Buddhism and Christianity, a parallel and a contrast by A Scott 1890

The New Testament of Higher Buddhism by Timothy Richard 1910

Parallels in the lives of Buddha and Jesus (A Question of Miracles) by LH Whitney 1908

The Influence of Buddhism on Primitive Christianity by Arthur Lillie 1893

New Testament parallels in Buddhistic literature by KA von Hase 1907

The Metaphysic of Christianity and Buddhism - A Symphony by S Dawsonne 1899

The Lotus Gospel - Mahayana Buddhism and its Symbolic Teachings compared historically and geographically with those of Catholic Christianity 1911 by EA Gordon
The Dhamma of Gotama the Buddha and the Gospel of Jesus the Christ- a critical inquiry into the alleged relations of Buddhism with primitive Christianity 1900 by Charles Aiken
Christ and Buddha by J Cushing 1907

Socrates, Buddha and Christ, by WL Courtney 1892

Christ Or Buddha? A Comparison of the Western Wisdom Teaching with Eastern Occultism by Annette Rich 1914

The Light of Buddha by S Kuroda 1903

Mohammed, Buddha, and Christ by Marcus Dods 1877

The Bhudda and the Christ, by HT Niles 1894

The Unknown Life of Jesus by N Notovitch 1916

Christianity, its evidences, its origin, its morality, its history By Annie Wood Besant 1893

Churchmen's attack on Theosophy By Katherine Tingley 1909 (The beautiful story of Jesus the Christ finds a parallel in the story of Siddhartha. One instance relates how Ananda, the cousin and future disciple of Gautama, was born about the same time as the latter; and how Maia the mother of Siddhartha visited the mother of Ananda, both soon to become mothers, the unborn Ananda greeting the unborn Siddhartha, as happened according to Luke, when the unborn child leaped in the womb of Elizabeth when Mary came in.)

The Ethnic Trinities and their relations to the Christian Trinity by Levi Leonard Paine 1901

Pagan Origin of Partialist Doctrines by John Pitrat 1857 (chapters include: Pagan Origin of the Doctrine of Trinity and Pagan Origin of the Doctrine of the Supreme Divinity of Jesus Christ.)
Faith or Fact by Henry Taber and Robert Green Ingersoll 1897 (has a chapter on the Trinity: "The doctrine of the Trinity was held by the Brahmins, who worshipped Brahma. Vishnu and Siva, and by the Buddhists")

The Origin of the doctrine of the Trinity in theb Christian Church, article in The Morning Light 1883 (The attempt to trace the origin of the doctrine of the Trinity to the Jewish Writings is a failure. But when we proceed to the examination of the other probable sources of information upon this subject, viz., the mythology of ancient nations and the Works of Plato and other philosophers, we are rewarded by the discovery of an abundance of evidence. This evidence is thus referred to by Bishop Browne: "In the mythology of all ancient nations, it is plain that the number Three has been a sacred number. The triads of classical mythology {e.g. Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades; or, again, Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva in the Capitol) are well known.)

Similarity Between The Hindu And The Christian Religions—Doctrine Of Trinity The Same In Both, article in The Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay 1895

Evolution: an exposition of Christian dogmas and pagan myths by PJ Cooley (the Doctrine of the Trinity of Pagan Origin)

The Nature and Origin of the Pagan Doctrine of the Trinity or Triads. article in the Southern Presbyterian review 1855

The Trinity Idea, article in The Open Court 1895 (lots of pictures of trinities. "The old Christian Trinities (e. g.. Fig. 14) bear a close resemblance to Hindu representations of the Trimurti.")

A history of the origin of the doctrine of the Trinity by Hugh Stannus 1882 ("the fifth century Christianity had conquered Paganism and Paganism had infected Christianity. The Church was now victorious and corrupt. The rites of the Pantheon had passed into her worship")

The Gospel of Buddha According to old Records by Paul Carus 1897

Christ and other Masters, a Historical Inquiry into some Chief Parallelisms and Contrasts between Christianity and the Religious systems of the ancient world by Charles Hardwick 1857

The Jesus Problem - a Restatement of the Myth Theory by JM Robertson 1917

The Light of Asia and the Light of the World- a comparison of the Legend, the Doctrine, & the Ethics of the Buddha with the story, the doctrine, & the ethics of Christ by Samuel Kellogg 1885

Symbols of 'The Way' Far East and West by EA Gordon 1916

The Buddha and his Religion by Saint-Hilaire Barthelemy 1895

Belief in God: It's Origin, Nature, and Basis by JG Schuman 1902

Buddha, his Life, his Teachings, his Order by MN Dutt 1901

Winning Buddha's Smile - a Korean legend 1919

Buddha and the gospel of Buddhism by AK Coomaraswamy 1919

The Story of Gaútama Buddha and His Creed: An Epic by Richard Phillips 1871

The Message of the World's Religions 1898

Ten Great Religions- an essay in Comparative Theology by James Clark 1872

The Religions of the World by G Grant 1895

The mythical interpretation of the Gospels by Thomas Thorburn (Christ and Krishna)

Sacred writings - Confucian, Hebrew, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Mohammedan Volume 2 by Charles Eliot 1910

Debate Between Mr Charles Watts a
and Dr Sexton, article in the Secular Review 1877

Christ vs Krishna by LA Sakes 1883

The mistake of Christendom or, Jesus and His Gospel before Paul and Christianity by George Stearns 1857

by Marshall J. Gauvin,
"The Fundamentals of Freethought"
Morality Without God by M.M. Mangasarian

Is the morality of Jesus Sound by M.M. Mangasarian

Is Life worth Living without Immortality by M.M. Mangasarian

Commentaries on Hebrew and Christian Mythology By Parish B. Ladd 1896

Ancient Pagan and Modern Christian Symbolism by Thomas Inman 1884

Revelation, Mythology, Correspondences by James John Garth Wilkinson 1887

A Glossary of Important Symbols in their Hebrew Pagan and Christian Forms by Adelaide S Hall 1912

Sinai and Olympus: Parallels in Heathen Myth and Hebrew Scripture by a Texas Pagan 1899 (illustrated)

Egyptian Mythology and Egyptian Christianity By Samuel Sharpe 1863

The Religions before Christ, being an introduction to the history of the first three centuries of the Church by Edmond de Pressense 1862

The Bride of Christ - a Study in Christian Legend Lore by Paul Carus 1908

The Career of the Christ-idea in history by Hudson Tuttle 1870

The History of Baptism by Robert Robinson 1817

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1 comment:

  1. Review of Paganism surviving in Christianity:
    The efforts of partisans, the author of this book says, to manipulate early history in the interest of special views and narrow conceptions have been a fruitful source of error. Equally dangerous has been the assumption that the Christianity of the third, fourth, and fifth centuries was identical with that of the New Testament, or was a fair representative of it. The constant development of new facts shows that at the point where the average student takes up the history of Western Christianity it was already fundamentally corrupted by pagan theories and practices. Its unfolding from that time to the present must be studied in the light of this fact and the rise, development, present status, and future history of Roman Catholicism and Protestantism can not be justly considered independently of it. The fundamental principles and the underlying philosophy of these divisions of Christendom originated in the paganizing of early Christianity. This fact makes the re-study of the beginnings of Christianity of supreme importance. The book presents a suggestive rather than an exhaustive treatment of these influences, and of their effect on historic Christianity, in the four points of the influence of pagan thought upon the Bible and its interpretation; upon the organized Church, through the pagan water-worship cult; upon the practices and spiritual life of the Church, "by substituting pagan holidayism for Christian Sabbathism"; and upon the spiritual life and subsequent character of the Church, by the union of church and state, mid the subjugation of Christianity to the civil power, according to the pagan models. Under the first of these headings came the corruptions derived from gnosticism and various allegorical interpretations of scriptural doctrines and symbols; under the second the corruptions of Christian baptism, giving rise, among other things, to the doctrine of baptismal regeneration and the use of holy water; under the third, the origin of the substitution of Sunday for the old Sabbath, and the rise, purpose, and tendency of Sunday legislation—to which the author is opposed, on principle and as a Seventh-day Baptist; and under the fourth the whole course of secular interference with the Church. "Other forms of pagan residuum in Christianity" include a low standard of religious life; the metamorphosis of an ancient phallic emblem into the Christian cross; various beliefs connected with baptism; lights in worship; the eastward position; certain features peculiar to the Roman Catholic Church; and the observance of certain Christianized pagan holidays. Regarding the fundamental principles of Protestantism, as involved in present issues, the author concludes that Protestants must accept the Bible in fact as well as in theory, reinterpreting it in the light of "higher criticism" and deeper spiritual life, or be overthrown; that baptism must cease to be the football of denominational polemics and be raised to a question of obedience to the example of Christ; that Protestants must return to true Sabbathism, "which is as undenominational as faith"; and that all union of Christianity with the state must yield before the normal development of true Protestantism.