Savage religion mysterious Why this is so Australians in 1688 Sir John Lubbock Roskoff Evidence of religion Mr. Manning Mr. Howitt Supreme beings Mr. Tylor stheory of borrowing Reply Morality sanctioned I te natureS atirical rite Our Father Mr. Ridley on a creator Mr. Langloh Parker Dr. Roth Conclusion Australians religious. THES cience of Anthropology can speak, with some confidence, on many questions of Mythology. Materials are abundant and practically undisputed, because, as to their myths, savage races have spoken out with freedom. Myth represents, now the early scientific, now the early imaginative and humorous faculty, playing freely round all objects of thought: even round theS uperhuman beings of belief. But, as to his Religion, the savage by no means speaks out so freely. Religion represents his serious mood of trust, dependence or apprehension. In certain cases the ideas about superhuman Makers and judges are veiled in mysteries, rude sketches of the mysteries of Greece, to which the white man is but seldom admitted. In other cases the highest religious conceptions of the people are in a state of obsolescence, are subordinated to the cult of accessible VOL.
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