8 edition of The court-martial of Jesus found in the catalog.
|Statement||Weddig Fricke ; translated from the German by Salvator Attanasio.|
|LC Classifications||BT440 .F75 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 296 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||296|
|LC Control Number||89078489|
Abstract. Christianity’s understanding of its origins centers on the New Testament, particularly the poetic rendering in the gospels of the arrest, trial, and crucifixion of Jesus, which is traditionally known as the Passion. 5 In the gospels’ rendition and as interpreted for centuries, the Jews are perceived as “the Christ killers,” a people condemned forever to surfer exile and Author: Marvin Perry, Frederick M. Schweitzer. In his book, McDougall offers an alternative to the soft, gentle caricature of Jesus. "We've made him into a soft, gentle — someone who wouldn't pose a threat to anyone," the chaplain says in the video. "We've kind of created a Jesus who is nice and friendly and warm. And we .
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Fricke's The Court Martial of Jesus is one of those rare books that comes along maybe a couple of times a decade; a book about Jesus written for a lay audience that manages to be both well written and well reasoned-a difficult combination to achieve in any genre, much less theology/5(4).
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The court-martial of Jesus by Weddig : The Court-Martial of Jesus: A Christian Defends the Jews Against the Charge of Deicide Weddig Fricke, Author, Salvator Attanasio, Translator Grove/Atlantic $ (p) ISBN Buy.
The book so thoroughly challenges the historicity of the Gospels, the apostles, and all the pertinent data about Jesus' birth, upbringing, career, trial, and crucifixion, however, that it seems all the more fitting that theologians, not lawyers, should walk upon these waters.
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Fricke's The Court Martial of Jesus is one of those rare books that comes along maybe a couple of times a decade; a book about Jesus written for a lay audience that manages to be both well written and well reasoned-a difficult combination to achieve in any genre, much less theology.
Stretching from the American Revolution to 9/11, Court-Martial recounts the stories of famous American court-martials, including those involving President Andrew Jackson, General William Tecumseh Sherman, Lieutenant Jackie Robinson, and Private Eddie Slovik.
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Fricke's The Court Martial of Jesus is one of those rare books that comes along maybe a couple of times a decade; a book about Jesus written for a lay audience that manages to be both well written and well reasoned-a difficult combination to achieve in any genre, much less theology/5.
from their cells and the verdicts of the court martial read out to them. Through the half-open door in one room of the huts i saw pas-tor bonhoeffer, before taking off his prison garb, kneeling on the floor praying fervently to his God.
i was most deeply moved by the way this unusually lovable man prayed, so devout and so certain that God heard his. The Court-Martial of Jesus: A Christian Defends the Jews Against the Charge of Deicide by Weddig Fricke, Salvator Attanasio (Translator) Be the first to review this item Contrary to the dramatically detailed story in the Gospels, the author suggests that there was no trial of Jesus before the Jewish Sanhedrin, and no.
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Salvator Attanasio (September 9, – June 3, ) was an American literary translator, who translated over works of literature, history and philosophy. Attanasio translated the autobiographies of Marlene Dietrich and Alexandra Kollantai, biographies of Dante and Goethe, philosophical works by Etienne Gilson, and work by a variety of Roman Catholic writers, including Hans Küng and.
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