The Praises of Amida

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The Praises of Amida  (1907) 
by Kanai Tada, translated by Arthur Lloyd


The Praises of Amida.


SEVEN BUDDHIST SERMONS


TRANSLATED

FROM THE

JAPANESE

OF

TADA KANAI

BY

Rev. Arthur Lloyd, M. A.

Lecturer at the Imperial University, Naval Academy,
and Higher Commercial School in Tokyo.
Formerly Fellow of Perterhouse,
Cambridge.


TOKYO.

Published by the Kyōbunkwan.

Yokohama: Kelly and Walsh.


1907.




Printed at the Rikkyo Sha Printing Office.



CONTENTS.



Introduction 1
I. Salvation 9
II. Idols and Religious Symbols 27
III. The Voice of Amida Speaking in the Heart 46
IV. The True Heart 63
V. Present Duties 82
VI. Fight the Good Fight with all Thy Might 92
VII. The World and How to Pass Through it 119


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Original:

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Translation:

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.