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OF CHRISTIANITY

OR

Theosophy and Christian Doctrine

BY

WM. KINGSLAND

Fellow of the Theosophical Society

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AUTHOR OF THE HIGHER SCIENCE
TION AND RELIGION

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CONCEPTS OF EVOLUTHEOSOPHY AND ORTHODOXY

THE MYSTIC QUEST ", &c.

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"That which is called the Christian Religion existed among the ancients, and never did not exist, from the beginning of the human race until Christ came in the flesh, at which time the true religion which already existed began to be called Christianity.”

St. Augustine.

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LONDON

THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY

7, DUKE ST. ADELPHI, W. C.

PATH", 144, MADISON AVENUE, NEW-YORK, U.S.A,

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THEOSOPHIST OFFICE, ADYAR, MADRAS, INDIA

1895

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)

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"That which is called the Christian Religion existed
among the ancients, and never did not exist, from the
beginning of the human race until Christ came in the flesh,
at which time the true religion which already existed began
to be called Christianity.

St. Augustine.

LONDON

THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY

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7, DUKE ST. ADELPHI, W. C.

, 144, MADISON AVENUE, NEW-YORK, U.S.A.

THEOSOPHIST

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OFFICE, ADYAR, MADRAS, INDIA

1895

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)

PRINTED IN BELGIUM

PREFACE

Part I. of the following Essays was published in pamphlet form in April, 1891. Part II. was published in the same manner in 1893. Parts III. and IV. are now offered as a further contribution, together with an Introduction, which, it is hoped, will make the whole subject clearer to those who have not hitherto had any acquaintance whatever with Theosophical literature, and Theosophical teachings.

A certain amount of technicality will, I trust, be pardoned by those who are not Theosophical students. Hints and phrases are sometimes used which are only intended for Theosophists; their explanation would entail an amount of matter which could not be introduced in these, somewhat fragmentary, Essays.

It remains to add that the THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETY is not responsible for any of the opinions herein expressed, since the members of that Society are not pledged individually or collectively to any creed, doctrine, or interpretation; save only to

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