Comparative Religion, Mythology and Folklore
This page provides resources at sacred-texts which compare
two or more religions. This page also
indexes comparative folklore and mythology, the study of the migration of
story themes, and similar topics.
Right now we are still building out this index.
The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors
by Kersey Graves 
What is the meaning of so many similar hero stories from around the world? An early study of comparative religion.
On the Migration of Fables
by Max Muller 
How did the Buddha end up with his own Catholic saint's day?
The Lang Fairy Books
by Andrew Lang [1889-1910]
Full text of the classic folk-lore series, written for children of all ages. Also, a great resource for the study of comparative folklore.
India in Primitive Christianity
by Arthur Lillie .
What are the links between Buddhism and early Christianity?
The Myth of the Birth of the Hero
by Otto Rank 
A groundbreaking application of psychoanalysis to comparative mythology.
Mysticism, Christian and Buddhist
by Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki. 
Suzuki compares and contrasts Buddhism with Meister Eckhart's mystical outlook.