The Birth of the Christian Religion (La Naissance du Christianisme): And the Origins of the New Testament (Les Origines du Nouveau Testament)

By Alfred Firmin Loisy; L. P. Jacks | Go to book overview

THE BIRTH
OF THE
CHRISTIAN
RELIGION
(La Naissance du Christianisme)
AND
THE ORIGINS
OF THE NEW
TESTAMENT
(Les Origines du Nouveau Testament)

by
ALFRED FIRMIN LOISY

Authorized translation from the French by L. P. Jacks

UNIVERSITY BOOKS
New Hyde Park, New York

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The Birth of the Christian Religion (La Naissance du Christianisme): And the Origins of the New Testament (Les Origines du Nouveau Testament)
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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introduction v
  • Publisher's Note xvi
  • Contents xix
  • Preface 5
  • Author's Introduction 10
  • Contents 15
  • The Sources 17
  • The Gospel of Jesus 61
  • Birth of the Belief in Jesus as the Christ 89
  • The Birth of Apostolic Propaganda 121
  • The Apostle Paul 151
  • Persecution Begins 181
  • Birth of the Christian Mystery and of Its Rites 219
  • Earliest Theories of the Christian Mystery 253
  • The Gnostic Crisis 295
  • Birth of the Catholic Church 325
  • Notes to Introduction 361
  • Index 411
  • Introduction 5
  • Contents 7
  • The Bible as Supernatural 9
  • The Eschatological Catechesis 33
  • The Evidence of Tradition Concerning the Gospels 56
  • Analysis of the Gospel Catechesis 77
  • Analysis of the Gospel Catechesis 111
  • Analysis of Writings Attributed to Luke 141
  • The Gospel Accordingto John 193
  • Appendix 238
  • The Epistles and the Catechesis 239
  • Conclusions 286
  • Index 331
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