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Originally published 1951. - Bibl. references included in "Notes" (p. 232-272). Contents: The place of the history of religions in the study of theology. - -Universals in religion. - -The concept of the 'classical' in the study of religions. - -The idea of man in the Near Eastern religions. - -Spiritual teachings in Islam with special reference to al-Hujwiri. - -The study of Mahayana Buddhism. - -Caspar Schwenckfeld: a pupil and a teacher in the school of Christ. - -The role of religion in the social philosophy of Alexis de Tocqueville. - -Church, denomination and sect. - -Rudolf Otto and The idea of the holy.