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Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Thus the reader has been led to the subject of this thesis. He is aware of a universal consistency of beliefs. It is quite evident that there is a likeness between these beliefs and the accounts of Scripture. The reader is also aware of the fact that there is a difference of opinion among students of anthropology concerning the origin of these similarities. With this overall view in mind, the author has decided to limit the investigation to creation myths, and, with these, the concept of a Creator-God. The author has limited the thesis further to myths and fragments of myths which are, in any manner, parallel to the account of creation as recorded in Genesis, and, further, to only those myths found among the Amerindians, the natives of the Western Hemisphere.
Lail, Robert L., "Amerindian Creation Myths and a Common Tradition" (1950). Bachelor of Divinity. 324.
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