The New Reformation - Gabriel Baicu
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Gnosticism A Source Book of Heretical Writings From the Early Christian Period This Gnostic anthology was originally prepared for a series, now terminated, published under the auspices of the Committee on the History of Religion of the American Council of Learned Societies. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The New Testament-A Historical IntroductionTo The Early Christian Writings With so many textbooks on the New Testament from which to choose, it seems only fair to begin this one by indicating some of its distinctive features. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Early Christians - In Their Own Words The texts selected here were originally translated and compiled some seventy-five years ago. We are not unaware of many important discoveries made since then, or of the new light shed on previously discovered documents by recent and on-going research. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Wilken Judaism and the Early Christian Mind 1971 I use the designation Old Testament to refer to the ancient Hebrew Bible (Tanach, Jewish Scriptures) . ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Architectural Setting of the Cult of Saints Int the Early Christian West The cult of saints is one of the most long-lasting features of the Christian Church. From as early as the second century until the present day (despite the local hiatus caused by the Reformation)the belief has persisted ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The True History of the Early Christian Church In the world today there are 961,122,000 professing Christians. "Christianity" is by far the LARGEST single religion on earth. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Narratives of the Beginning of the Early Christian Church As the number of believers continued to grow, it became obvious that securing a separate meeting space would become a necessity. While temple worship continued to be an important part of our devotional life ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) 1910) The Early Christians in Rome The foundation stories of the Roman congregations were laid largely by the Apostles Peter and Paul — Peter, so with one accord say the earliest contemporary writers, being the first apostle who preached in Rome. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Early Christians and Byzantines(Judy's report) Early Christian art and architecture is the art produced by Christians or under Christian patronage from about the year200 to about the year 500. Prior to 200there is no surviving art that can be called Christian with absolute certainty. After about 500 Christian art shows the beginnings of Byzantine artistic style. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Heresies in the Early Christian Church by Rev. Alcenir Oliveira The relevance of the context in which the Christian church was born for the study and understanding of heresy is of utmost importance. We have to bear in mind the transformation the Mediterranean, Mesopotamian and Persian region went through from the 3rd century BCE until the birth of Christianity. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Early Christian Attitude to War This is a book which stands in need of no introduction; it will make its own way by the demand for such a work, and by exact and patient scholarship with which that demand had here been met. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) guide to the early Christian and Byzantine antiquities The edition printed in 1903 having been exhausted, the opportunity has been taken of rewriting the old Guide, a course rendered necessary by the great extension of Early Christian and Byzantine studies in recent years ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) In Search of the Early Christians A central figure in the reconception of early Christian history over the past three decades . Wayne A. Meeks offers here a selection of his most influential ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Early Years of Christianity – The Apostolic Era Of all the topics of the day, none is of graver importance than the early history of Christianity, and the foundation of the Church. Everything points inquiry in this direction. A bold criticism claims the right to snatch from our hands the documents of this great history ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Mithras and the Early Christians As you walk about the streets of modern day Rome, you will see many amazing things, things such as the ancient forum or the old temples of the gods, many of which turned into catholic churches. You may even see a statue or two of forgotten Roman officials. However, one does not realize the secrets that this ancient city holds. What may seem to be a tourist haven from above may holds hocking surprises below its ancient rubble. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Pressensé. The early years of Christianity This Volume, like the preceding, has been specially prepared for the English Edition. Divided into three sections, it yet forms one whole, for its one theme is the great conflict of Primitive Christianity with Paganism. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) The Early Christians The Early Christians is not merely a volume of historical sayings and re-corded events; it reflects a faith and way of life aflame with uninhibited zeal and unwavering devotion. To anyone who has experienced the „first love” born of answering Jesus’s call to follow him ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Philosophy of religion in Renaissance The Philosophy of Religion is one result of the Early Modern Reformation movements, as competing theologies purported truth claims which were equal in strength and different in contents. Renaissance thought, from Humanism through philosophy of nature, contributed to the origin of the modern concepts of God. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Hegel - Lectures on philosophy of religion III The absolute, eternal Idea is, in its essential existence,in and for itself, God in His eternity before the creation of the world, and outside of the world. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Hegel - Lectures on philosophy of religion II The second of the main forms of Pantheism, when this latter actually appears as religion, is still within the sphere of his same principle of the One substantial Power, in which all that we see around us, and even the freedom of man itself, has merely a negative, accidental character. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Hegel - Lectures on philosophy of religion I The first German edition of the “Lectures on Philosophy of Religion” was published at Berlin, the year after Hegel’s death and was the earliest instalment of the collected edition of his printed ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Postmodernism in philosophy of religion and theology The term ‘postmodernism’ has been often heard in the closing decades of the twentieth century, first apparently used in the visual arts, then spreading to other areas, including philosophy and theology. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Exploring the philosophy of religion Many persons who pick up a book on the philosophy of religion expect to find discussions that compares and contrasts different religion ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Leo Tolstoi - The Kingdom of God is within you In the year 1884 I wrote a book under the title "What I Believe," in which I did in fact make a sincere statement of my beliefs. In affirming my belief in Christ's teaching, I could not help explaining why I do not believe, and consider as mistaken, the Church's doctrine, which is usually called Christianity. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) JSRI nr. 2 When historians like Arnold J. Toynbee survey the total history of humankind they find that there have been a number of civilizations which have come into existence, flourished, and then declined (Toynbee discerns 26 civilizations in human history). Many of them achieved admirable accomplishments, the Greco-Roman Civilization being the one best known to Westerners. Its achievements were indeed great, so much so that during the late Renaissance there was a lively debate about whether the Ancients (meaning the Greeks and Romans) or the then moderns had attained greater cultural heights. But doubtless the Greco-Roman accomplishments were in many regards matched, and in some surpassed, by the Chinese and Islamic Civilizations. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Among the Gentiles - Greco - Roman Religion and Christianity The question of Christianity's relation to the other religions of the world is more pertinent and difficult today than ever before. It is more pertinent because we live in a global village that makes virtual neighbours of people in lands far away, and in which people living in our neighbourhoods have religious commitments foreign to most Christians. It is more difficult because pluralism preseason us in a way that makes avoidance impossible, and because Christians are ill equipped to engage those adhering to religions other than their own ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Contribution to Biblical and Patristic Literature This collection of documents represents the result of three years of gleaning in English and a foreign library, carried on by no means continuously and extended over no very wide field. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Oxford - Approaching the end The series presents discussions on topics of general concern to Christian Ethics, as it is currently taught in universities and colleges, at the level demanded by a serious student. The volumes will not be specialized monographs nor general introductions or surveys. They aim to make a contribution worthy of notice in its own right but also focused in such a way as to provide a suitable starting point for orientation. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Paul Damascus I was always attracted by this queer episode in Paul’s life. Queer not in itself but in the manner Paul succinctly speaks about it. Queer also because Paul, a staunch Pharisee, suddenly had to undergo such an experience, such an explosion that had to change his life so decidedly and so strikingly, from night to day. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Chorintians Some recent monographs study the Jewish scriptural back-ground of various parts of the Letter. 4 Although commentaries offer helpful yet limited treatments, we are unaware of any current monographic, comprehensive investigation of Paul’s employment of scripture in 1 Corinthians. The present study hopes to fill this void by offering an exegetical analysis of all of this Letter’s various explicit quotations and references to the OT ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!) Handbook of Patristic Exegesis - Bible in Ancient Christianity With an eye we are looking for the path to God in our present times, but with the second eye why not, we should look at every moment and signs of our ancestors who had engaged the fight against fear and unconsciousness reading the Bible. ... (Citiţi tot mesajul!)