Christian Origins: A People's History Of Christianity, Vol. 1 ePub download
by Richard A. Horsley
- ISBN: 080063411X
- ISBN13: 978-0800634117
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- Language: English
- Category: World
- Publisher: Fortress Pr (February 28, 2006)
- Pages: 318
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Christian Origins" provides a well-written portrayal of ordinary people's history, focusing on various aspects of life.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Christian Origins" provides a well-written portrayal of ordinary people's history, focusing on various aspects of life. By reading "Christian Origins" individuals would get a greater appreciation for the Church's history and the Scripture itself.
A People's History of Christianity 1. Minneapolis: Fortress. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books. Publications by Richard A. Horsley by year. Pages 23-46 in Christian Origins. Minneapolis: Fortress, 2005. 1976 Horsley, Richard A. Pneumatikos vs. Psychikos: Distinctions of Spiritual Status among the Corinthians.
The Paraclete Mani as the Apostle of Jesus Christ and the Origins of a New Christian Church. By Nicholas Hope September 1998 · The Journal of Modern History.
The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion, Christendom, and the Church with its various denominations, from the 1st century to the present. Christianity originated with the ministry of Jesus in the 1st century Roman province of Judea
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Richard A. 1ISBN: 080063411X 2003 EPUB 318 pages 5 MBDealing with a time when Christians were moving towards separation from the movements Jewish origins, this inaugural volume of A Peoples History of Christianity tells . .
Shop our inventory for Christian Origins, Volume 1 by Richard A. Horsley with fast free shipping on every used book we have in stock! . Dealing with a time when "Christians" were moving towards separation from the movement's Jewish origins, this inaugural volume of A People's History of Christianity tells "the people's story" by gathering together evidence from the New Testament texts, archaeology, and other contemporary sources. Of particular interest to the distinguished group of are the often overlooked aspects of the earliest "Christian" consciousness: How, for example, did they manage to negotiate allegiances to two social groups?
Similar books to Christian Origins, Volume 1 (People's History of Christianity). Christian Origins" offers a refreshing look at the history of early Christianity.
Similar books to Christian Origins, Volume 1 (People's History of Christianity). Richard A. Horsley is Distinguished Professor of Liberal Arts and the Study of Religion at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. He is the author of The Message and the Kingdom (2002 with Neil Asher Siberman), Jesus and the Spiral of Violence (1992), and Jesus and the Empire (2002). The book provides view of the past from "below," portraying the life of the poor and the world they lived in.
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This first volume in A People's History of Christianity covers a period of time roughly from the turn of the . Horsley explains two contrasts that will help readers to understand what "people's history" is.
This first volume in A People's History of Christianity covers a period of time roughly from the turn of the first century CE. to the middle of the second century CE. The contributors are scholars who are well known for their social-historical studies of the New Testament and early Christianity. First, he contrasts "people's history" and "standard history" (5). Whereas standard history focuses on elites and political events, people's history focuses on all aspects of the lives of the non-elite majority.