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Living in the Time of Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Peter Connolly
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Text, pictures, photographs, and maps present the history of the Jews under Herod and Pontius Pilate, until the destruction of the Temple and the end of Judea.

Living in the Time of Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Peter Connolly (historien).)
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Un texte bien documenté, renforcé d'illustrations conformes aux réalités de l'époque. Mise en page variée.

Zealot

Author : Reza Aslan
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From the internationally bestselling author of 'No God but God' comes a provocative and meticulously researched biography that challenges long-held assumptions about the man we know as Jesus of Nazareth.

Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Jürgen Becker
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Jesus

Author : Armand Puig i Tàrrech
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Collection of essays published elsewhere between 2000 and 2010 supplemented with an introduction.

Cross The Story of Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Thomas R. Feller
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The fictional tree community once again is chronicling the life of a human while adding their unique perspective to the events of that life. This time Jesus of Nazareth is their person of interest. Through their eyes the reader will experience some of the most notable moments of the extraordinary life of Jesus. The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and his descendants have seen it all. From the very beginning of life in the Garden of Eden to the life and times of Jesus, the tree community has been there. You are invited to join the journey to the Cross. ""Tom has told a profound and fascinating story about Jesus the Christ from a unique perspective. It has the beguiling ring of an ancient fairy tale as might be told from a place like Narnia. From the wooden manger at the time of His birth to the wooden cross at the time of His death, you will follow 'the history that changed the Cosmos.'"" - John G. Comis, PWS

Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Michael Hesemann
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"All of us need to return to Nazareth." — Pope Benedict XVI, from his visit to Nazareth, 2009 After the best-selling archaeological biography Mary of Nazareth, Michael Hesemann sets out once again for the Holy Land, this time seeking traces of perhaps the most mysterious figure in human history: Jesus of Nazareth, whom Christians believe to be the Son of God, the Messiah. In this unique book, Hesemann walks the streets of Israel in order to put historical, archaeological, geographical, and scriptural research on Jesus to the test. Bible in hand, he takes readers on a stunning tour through the places Jesus lived, worked, and suffered—Bethlehem, Nazareth, Capernaum, Jerusalem—to give a concrete and colorful sense of the historical Jesus and the world he knew. Along the way, archaeologists reveal to Hesemann a host of little-known discoveries, from the apostles' boat to Herod's palace to what might be the sites of Jesus' miracles. This book brings readers face-to-face with the mystery of the Incarnation—a God who, if Scripture is right, became man and lived among us. Pack your bag and follow closely as Michael Hesemann retraces the footsteps of Jesus of Nazareth.

Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews

Author : Paula Fredriksen
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The author of From Jesus to Christ presents a richly textured portrait of the historical Jesus that draws on biblical narratives, the Dead Sea Scrolls, early rabbinic writings, and other sources to create a study of of a man living in the world of late Second Temple Judaism. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Michael Keene
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This book is one of a series of three titles tailored towards the largest overall segment of Key Stage 3 Religous Education. A detailed study of the life of Jesus is described with parallels drawn to the practice and beliefs of Christianity today. Aspects is an ideal successor to the author's previous bestselling This is Christianity.

Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Gerald L. Borchert
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Jesus of Nazareth is a comprehensive introduction to Jesus and the gospels for college and seminary students. It begins with discussions on communication and patterns of reading the Bible before detailing the historical setting, the geographical, social and religious contexts during the time of Jesus, such as the language and community aspects, and the rabbinic, literary and institutional settings that were present. Next, Borchert discusses the nature of the gospels before each gospel witness is treated individually to identify the particular uniqueness of the portrait of Jesus that is being presented by each author. The non-canonical portraits of Jesus are also introduced in order to help readers understand the struggles, which emerged in the early church. Finally, the significance of Jesus who is the focus of the gospels is presented. After reviewing the time issues for Jesus, theological concerns related to Jesus are considered such as: the virginal conception and the incarnation, the issues of temptation and sin, the relationship of Jesus to God and the messianic consciousness of Jesus, the crucial issues of the death and resurrection of the Messiah, and the Church¿s expectation of the return of Jesus in power. This important theological section concludes with discussions on the integrity of our understanding of Jesus and the very sensitive nature of proof as compared to the nature of belief. Borchert weighs these matters fairly, bearing in mind his own presuppositions. He closes the work with suggested implications of this study in terms of doubt and rejection on the one hand and worship as well as living and witnessing to and for Jesus on the other. Written with clarity and erudition, this accessible introduction reflects a life-time of both classroom and church experience in the teaching the Gospels.

The Jews in the Time of Jesus

Author : Peter Connolly
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The Life of Jesus Christ

Author : James Stalker
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There was only one man who was so important that His birth caused our calendar to split in two (B.C./A.D). There was only one man who, despite being tempted, did not sin even once. There was only one man who died for your sins and mine and by whom we can have eternal life. That man was Jesus Christ of Nazareth. How much do you know about Jesus? Have you spent much time thinking about how He lived? Do you know Him? James Stalker carefully goes through each stage of Jesus’ life and presents, in a biographical format, what we know about our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. If anyone deserves to have our attention and our interest, that person is Jesus. He is more than a hero. He is a perfect example of how we should live. He is the only one who gives us any real hope at all. If we are to take up our cross and follow Him, we must understand what that means and must see what that looks like. This book will help you to do just that.

Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Peter J. King
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The Christ myth theory (also known as the Jesus myth theory, Jesus mythicism or simply mythicism) is the hypothesis that Jesus of Nazareth never existed. It does appear that most scholars of antiquity agree that there was an individual named Jesus of the period. What also becomes apparent is that much of the philosophy, dogma and supernatural teachings of Christianity can be traced to much earlier religions and that the Jews of the time adopted these pre-christian cultural and religious myths as their own. They subsequently evolved into legend as often happens. The Christ myth theory takes a very adversarial approach and contradicts the mainstream view in historical Jesus research, which accepts that there are events described in the gospels that are not historical but which still assumes that the gospels are founded on a basic historical core. Many proponents of the theory use a three-fold argument first developed in the 19th century: that the New Testament has no historical value that there are no non-Christian references to Jesus Christ dating back to the first century that Christianity had pagan or mythical roots. Despite this there remains a strong consensus in historical-critical biblical scholarship that a historical Jesus did live in that area and in that time period. However, scholars differ on the historicity of specific episodes described in the Biblical accounts of Jesus, and the only two events subject to "almost universal agreement" are that Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist and was crucified by the order of the Roman Prefect Pontius Pilate. Some scholars have made the case that there are a number of plausible "Jesuses" that could have existed, that there can be no certainty as to which Jesus was the historical Jesus. Christ's given name, commonly Romanized as Yeshua, was quite common in first-century Galilee. (Jesus comes from the transliteration of Yeshua into Greek and then English.) Archaeologists have unearthed the tombs of 71 Yeshuas from the period of Jesus' death. Many of the allegories, events and proclaimed miracles attributed to Jesus were ever-present throughout history and not at all unique to Jesus of Nazareth. Some of the arguments attributed to many scholars are that: 1.The gospels were written many decades or even a century after Jesus' estimated year of death, by individuals who likely never met Jesus, and then were edited or forged over the centuries by unknown scribes with their own agendas. 2.There are no surviving historic records about Jesus of Nazareth from any non-Jewish author until the second century and Jesus left no writings or other archaeological evidence. 3.Certain gospel stories are similar to those of dying-and-rising gods, demigods (sons of gods), solar deities, saviors or other divine men such as Horus, Mithra/Mithras, Prometheus, Dionysus, Osiris, Buddha and Krishna, as well as Christ-like historical figures like Apollonius of Tyana and numerous others. In the days where people kill for their beliefs, it should be a high priority to better understand our humanity and commonality rather than accept religions which divide and take the stand that 'my belief is the one and only true belief'."

Muslims Christians and Jesus

Author : Carl Medearis
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An Acclaimed Guide to Understanding Today's Muslim, Completely Updated Carl Medearis provides new insights into the top questions people have about Muslims and Islam. With practical information and fascinating stories, he shares culturally sensitive ways for Christians to get to know Muslims on a personal level. In this updated and expanded edition, Medearis shares · How more and more Muslims live "right next door," and how we can overcome the growing level of misinformation and fear · The roots of modern-day jihad and how recent developments in the Middle East affect the West · A new chapter answering tough questions about terrorism, Christian converts, and other key topics Medearis shows how common ground is the best foundation for hearts turning to Jesus rather than focusing initially on the differences between Islam and Christianity.

Where Were You Before The Tree of Life Volume 7

Author : Peter R. Farley
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Jesus of Nazareth

Author : Edward Clodd
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The Book of Luke A Walk Through the Life of Jesus

Author : Keith Thomas
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Most people all over the world, acknowledge that Jesus was the greatest teacher who ever lived, but have you ever explored, in detail, what He actually taught? Join Bible teacher, Keith Thomas, as He walks you through the life of Jesus, explaining and studying His words, verse by verse, in order to apply Jesus' teaching to your life. The words of Jesus are life transforming and you will find that as you study Luke's Gospel in-depth, that the Holy Spirit will transform your life. The goal of this study is "to know Jesus Christ more clearly, to love Him more dearly and to follow Him more nearly" (Richard Chichester). Luke, a physician by trade, offers us a rich and detailed account of the ministry of the Son of God. It does not matter how long you have been a follower of Christ; you will fall in love with Him all over again!

The history of Christianity

Author : John Stevens Cabot Abbott
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True Life of Jesus of Nazareth the Confessions of St Paul

Author : Alexander Smyth
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First published in 1899--His parentage, his youth, his original doctrines and works, his career as a teacher and physician of the people-the nature of the great conspiracy against him-all the incidents of his tragic death are given on Spiritual Authority from spirits who were contemporary mortals with Jesus while on Earth. Slashing through 2,000 years of Christian fanaticism, this book presents the true biography-before and after the crucifixion of Jesus. It exposes, for all time, the great hypocrisy of the Christian religion as the culmination of a villainous plot, contrived by the archvillain, Saul of Tarsus, and his cohort, Judas Iscariot-a plot that changed the world's history for thousands of years! Contained in a long-hidden book, this amazing revelation is delineated by no less than Saul himself. This true-life story of Jesus tells who his mother and father were, of his truly espoused, and of his life teachings! An eye-witness account, taken from the actual parchment, is the true account of the crucifixion and the life of Jesus after this tragic event in Jerusalem, 2000 years ago.

My Journey Through Life in Service to Jesus of Nazareth for Our Heavenly Father in His Sbc Cbf Church

Author : Thomas Adams
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This book is to inspire people to follow the greatest teacher to walk upon the face of the earth.