Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)DA21/1/2/1/15
TitleAlbert Joseph Edmunds
Extent11 items
DescriptionLetters 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.
ArrangementArranged in chronological order
Access StatusOpen
Physical Descriptionitems /7-/10 are folded


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