Talk:A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations

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There are two pages missing in the original document on google, the ones numbered 152 and 153. I did a quick search, but I can't find another online source for the text.(De fideli (talk)).

The Google scan is available at the Internet Arcive here. However, being a Google scan, it is typically poor quality and as noted above has missing pages.
There are also many decent scans of earlier versions of the work. The 1784 version is available here and here and and editions with additional matter can be found here and here. You can also search the IA for "Hannah Adams" for more that I haven't listed here. Inductiveloadtalk/contribs 05:17, 7 September 2010 (UTC)

Page breaks fixed in the Main Page![edit]

Yep, I did it. Weird that the only big pagebreak was in the L header.--Alegend (talk) 14:08, 3 November 2010 (UTC)

1,5 billion muslims missing[edit]

How wretched a soul must one be to willingly ignore 1,5 billion muslims by shoving them under the zionist-orientalist entry 'muhammedans' against their will? In contrast, of course, the meagre sum of 20 million jews are granted an independent entry (and rightly so), as do the utterly divided christian sects under the unifying entry 'Christians' (and less rightly so). May I therefore propose a more fitting title for this preponderous project? I'd say 'A Dictionary of zionist-christian Lies and Slander' is a more suitable title for this project.