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|This is a book for newbelievers, for lifelong followers, and for the merely curious. Judah Smith shows us the Jesus that somber paintingsand hymns fail to capture. With passion, humor, and conviction, he shows thatJesus is life.|
Daniel David Moses - 2000 - Preview
|Daniel David Moses. To the photographer the grain that grows persistently in the |
prints under chemicals becomes evidence of an irresistible, invisible burning.
This, he carefully says to the room, could fire the world. He bends over a tray, ...
|One. Jesus. or. Many. Jesuses? FEW. FIGURES IN history are as well known as |
Jesus. As Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code and Tom Harpur's Pagan Christ have
shown recently, Jesus is big business, regardless of or perhaps especially
|The Story of the Transformation of Jesus from Divinity to Celebrity The United States (it is often pointed out) is one of the most religious countries on earth, and most Americans belong to one Christian church or another.|
|The New Testament itself contains a spectrum of divergent theological |
interpretations, each of which focuses on different aspects or clusters of aspects
concerning the historical Jesus, or better, different historical Jesuses. It may be,
|AUTHOR'S NOTE It is interesting to note the enegmatical manner in which the |
final passing of Jesus is handled. Obvious there was a secret among members of
the Essene Order which the writer of this letter did not care to openly divulge .
|Delbert Burkett. Nevertheless, as indicated in several of my publications on Mark |
(Telford 1995b, 77-78 = Riches et al. 2001, 184; Telford 1999, 28), a gathering
scholarly consensus would now probably identify the following features of the ...
|Bruce chilton's the hillelite or proto-Pharisee” or his “Jesus the essene” (1985), |
Marcus “Jesus the Galilean rabbi” (1984, 2000), harvey falk's “Jesus Borg's “
Jesus the spiritual mystic, wisdom teacher, and founder of a revitalization
|about Jesus who will represent the postwar Jewish Jesus in America: Irving (Yitz) |
Greenberg, Byron Sherwin, Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, and Daniel Matt. As
much as Americans may be becoming more religious as evangelicalism