|Statement||edited by Lynn Harold Hough.|
|LC Classifications||BR50 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 304 p.|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||29025590|
Synopsis: This chapter examines Roman imperial pressure and the persecution that triggered wide‐ranging dispersion and movement in Christianity. Persecution induced habits of vigilance, and ascetic witness against wealth and power. Tertullian (d c) describes the refining effects of persecution and repression on Christian spiritual life and new forms of Christian social . Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thangaraj, C.P. Whither Indian Christianity. Madras: Christian Literature Society, © (OCoLC) Theological Studies 48 () WHITHER CHRISTIANITY? CHARLES DAVIS AND THE FUTURE OF CHRISTIAN RELIGION Charles Davis has written a provocative and important book that raides a number of issues that must be faced by contemporar1 Tyo theology. encourage further discussion of these issues, I will (1) describe the. This book is not a theological treatise, but a history, told in story form, of Christianity. And while I do not identify with the Christian church, I am a very old student of life and the world and there can be little argument that Christianity has, since its beginning, been one of the most powerful institutional influences on the world/5.
In The Story of Christianity: Volume 1, Justo L. González, author of the highly praised three-volume History of Christian Thought, presents a narrative history of Christianity, from the Early Church to the Dawn of the Protestant Jesus’ faithful apostles to the early reformist John Wycliffe, González skillfully traces core theological issues and developments /5(). John 8: Jesus went unto the mount of Olives. 8 1 Jesus went unto the mount of Olives. 2 And early in the morning he came again into the temple, and all the people came unto him; and he sat down, and taught them. 3 And the scribes and Pharisees brought unto him a woman taken in adultery; and when they had set her in the midst, 4 They say unto him, Master, this woman . I haven't read the book, but if at some point in the future Christianity dies in Europe and thrives elsewhere, then that is just a fact to accept. What you don't seem to understand is that Christianity is both a creedal and an historical religion, and the formative history of the Church is and always will be European. study of Christianity, but that was all about to change. Robbins own book on Pentecostals in Papua New Guinea appeared in Fenella Cannell’s edited book from Duke University Press, titled simply the Anthropology of Christianity, appeared in These two works were important.
Man: Whence, How and Whither, A Record of Clairvoyant Investigation, published in , is a theosophical book compiled by the second president of the Theosophical Society (TS) - Adyar, Annie Besant, and by a TS member, Charles W. Leadbeater. The book is a study on early times on planetary chains, beginnings of early root races, early civilizations and empires, and past Authors: A. Besant, C. W. Leadbeater. The History of Religions: Essays in Methodology by Mircea Eliade and Joseph M. Kitagawa (eds.) Comparative Religion: Whither — and Why? by Wilfred Cantwell Smith. The thirteen-volume Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics, (, and recently reissued) is an impressive work. 1 Not only does it serve as a great warehouse of information, indispensable to all careful . Donald Heinz is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Donald Heinz and others you may know. Whither conservative Christianity. The 14 Stations of Jesus' Life. Book ms. Christmas: Festival of Incarnation. Book, Fortress Press, The Last Passage: Recovering a Death of our Own. Book, Oxford Univ Press, Show all (4) Education. Whither Thou Goest, Book 2 of the Arimathea Series, is an exciting Biblical and historically accurate fiction which continues the birth and creation of Christianity and its spread beyond Judea. Travelers in England and those studying historical geography will recognize Glastonbury Tor (cover art) rising above Avalon's forests as it has for Author: Ben F. Lee.