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[145:1] II. pp. 144 ff., 372 ff.

[146:1] Euseb. H. E. iv. 29. (Ibid. p. 227 f.)

[146:2] I need not quote the references which Dr. Lightfoot gives in a note.

[146:3] Ibid. p. 278.

[147:1] Unters. N. T. Kanons, 1881, p. 15 f.

[147:2] On the Canon, 1875, p. 318, n. 3. Cf. 1881, p. 322, n. 3.

[147:3] The Diatessaron of Tatian, 1888, p. xiv.

[147:4] Ibid. p. 279.

[148:1] Dr. Lightfoot's rendering, p, 280. Assem. Bibl. Orient. ii. p. 159 sq.

[148:2] Ibid. p. 280 f.

[149:1] The Diatessaron of Tatian, p. xxx.

[149:2] Euseb. Op. iv. p. 1276 (ed. Migne.) The translation is by Dr. Lightfoot (l.c. p. 281, n. 1).

[150:1] Zahn, Tatian's Diatessaron, 1881, p. 70 f.

[150:2] Hist. Chr. Lit. and Doctr. iii. p. 26.

[150:3] Moesinger, Evang. Concor. Expositio, 1876, p. x f.

[150:4] Ibid. p. xi.

[152:1] Zahn, l.c. p. 38.

[153:1] Ibid. p. 286.

[153:2] Ibid. p. 288. The italics are mine.

[153:3] Hemphill, The Diatessaron of Tatian, p. xxiv.

[154:1] I have already referred to this document further back, p. 136.

[156:1] Lightfoot, Apostolic Fathers, part ii. 1885, p. 598 ff.

 


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[168:1] By recent returns the number of the professors of different religions is estimated as follows:

 
Parsees 150,000      
Sikhs 1,200,000      
Jews 7,000,000, being about ½ per cent. of the whole.
Greek Catholics 75,000,000 " 6

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Roman Catholics 152,000,000 " 12

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Other Christians 100,000,000 " 8

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Hindus 160,000,000 " 13

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Muhammedans 155,000,000 " 12½

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Buddhists 500,000,000 " 40

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Not included in the above 100,000,000 " 8

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  1,250,350,000      

We have taken these statistics, which are approximately correct, from an excellent little work recently published by the Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge--Buddhism, by T. W. Rhys Davids, p. 6.

 


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