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In writing these following pages, I have carefully avoided criticism of any kind. In these pages, I have mentioned the main differences between the Hindu and Christian faiths. I have treated this subject of incarnation with due respect to both the religions. If the subject could be discussed on an evaluative basis, then there would be the possibility of coming to the conclusion that there is less truth and more truth in different religious faiths. The most important consideration will be the truth value. In the incarnation stories, man is restored by God’s creative act to his original state.
Francis, Benjamin Anthony. (1953). Incarnation : Hindu and Christian thought. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1212
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