5 edition of Reimagining Christian Origins found in the catalog.
May 1996 by Trinity Pr Intl .
Written in English
|Contributions||Elizabeth A. Castelli (Editor), Hal Taussig (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
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MacK Hardcover – May 1, by Elizabeth A. Castelli (Editor),4/5(1). A genuine possibility of reimagining how Christianity began has now come into view. Based within the fields of discourse that have come forth in the last forty years, this book proposes ways that the study of Christian origins can paint subtle and complex pictures of the first centuries of Christianity.
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The Memorial Church, Harvard University, and author of The Good Book "It used to be that Christian institutions and systems of Reimagining Christian Origins book sustained the spiritual life of Christians. Increasingly, spirituality itself is what sustains everything else.
Alan Jones is a pioneer in reimagining a Christian faith that emerges from authentic spirituality/5(7). Alan Jones is a pioneer in reimagining a Christian faith that emerges from authentic spirituality.
His work stimulates and encourages me deeply.' –– Brian D. McLaren, pastor () and author of A New Kind of Christian" 2 Reimagining Christianity by Alan Jones is a seriously bad book.
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Sanders, The Historical Figure of Jesus () Geza Vermes, Jesus the Jew () Maurice Casey, Jesus. The item Reimagining Christian origins: a colloquium honoring Burton L.
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Reimagining Church by Frank Viola is the follow-up to Pagan Christianity by Frank Viola and George Barna. Where Pagan Christianity deconstructs the Institutional Church and hierarchical clergy system, Reimagining Church positively asserts and builds up a description of what the early church was and what it can be again/5.
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