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Comparative religion

Comparative religion is a field of religious study that analyzes interpretive differences of common themes and ideas among the world's religions. This field of study relies upon the examination of myth, deriving essential themes from religious metaphor, and tracing in various ways a possible direct cultural connection between them.

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