|Description||Letters to James Rendel Harris from Albert Joseph Edmunds [Philadelphia]. |
The letters are mostly concerned with Albert Edmunds research on Biblical criticism and the connections between Christianity and Buddhism. /1 he sends James Rendel Harris a photograph of himself, and assigns colours to the Gospels: Luke is yellow, John is white, Mark is blue, and Matthew is red. He also copies a quotation from Anna Kingsford's essay on hermeneutics 'for HH's special benefit', 10 April 1891; /6 includes a poem by Albert Edmunds entitled 'Philo Judaeus' and reports on the progress of his research on 'the Infancy sections', 10 August 1892; /11 is a typed article, probably by Albert Edmunds, entitled 'The Accessibility of Buddhist Lore to the Christian Evangelists' arguing that there are Buddhist elements in the Gospels, nd.