The Lost Gospel book.
The Lost Gospel book. Burton L. Mack does not claim that any of them deliberately tried to change Jesus into something he was not, but that time and attitude had changed portions of the population's interpretations as to the significance of Jesus's message.
Chapter Two: The Lost Boys and Girls. Chapter Three: Another Window Opens on Strange Connections. Burton Mack and 9-11. Chaos and Consent: Working Towards the Fuhrer. Chapter Four: Dead Babies and Iron Skillets. Chapter Five: Jane Eyre Redux. Chapter Six: Violets and Bulls in the Graveyard. Chapter Seven: Trapezes and Dog Days. Chapter Eight: The Farm. Chemtrails? Contrails? Strange Skies.
A reconstructed collection of sayings attributed to Jesus reveals Jesus as a Jewish sage who was later mythologized into the ''''Christ'''' revered by the world's Christian communities. By the author of A Myth of Innocence. Download (pdf, . 2 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.
Mack begins his discussion saying: Once upon a time, before there were gospels of the kind familiar to readers of the New Testament, the first followers of Jesus wrote another kind of book. Instead of telling a dramatic story about Jesus' life, their book contained only his teachings. They lived with these teachings ringing in their ears and thought of Jesus as the founder of their movement. But their focus was not on the person of Jesus or his life and destiny.
Burton L. Mack is John Wesley Professor of the New Testament at the school of Theology at Claremont and the author of The Lost Gospel: The Book Q and Christian Origin and A Myth of Innocence: Mark and Christian Origins. Библиографические данные. The Lost Gospel: The Book of Q & Christian Origins Social Institutions and Social Change.
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This book is about the lost gospel Q and its challenge to the conventional picture of Christian origins. In part I of the book the story of Q’s discovery and reconstruction is sketched in broad outline. The full history of scholarly machinations is not given, for this would require a lengthy rehearsal of detailed argumentation from an extensive scholarly bibliography
The first book to give the full account of the lost gospel of Jesus' original followers, revealing him to be a Jewish Socrates who was mythologized into the New Testament Christ.
Author: Burton L. Mack
Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Publisher: HarperOne; Reprint edition (April 8, 1994)
Pages: 288 pages
ePUB size: 1275 kb
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