The Word on the Life of Jesus

The Word on the Life of Jesus

Since Jesus actually rose from the dead on the third day , what significance should that have for your faith ? Fold 3 . ... These questions are intended for you to see how the resurrected Jesus can influence your life today . 1 .

Author: Jim Burns

Publisher: Regal Books

ISBN: 0830716475

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 216

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The Hidden Life of Jesus

The Hidden Life of Jesus

For, indeed, the Spirit of Jesus Christ is ever the same ; a spirit of humility and self-abasement, of estrangement from all the vain honours of this life, detachment from everything that the world values and loves, attraction towards ...

Author: Henri-Marie Boudon

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783846054024

Category: Religion

Page: 224

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Reprint of the original, first published in 1869.
Categories: Religion

Historical Lectures on the Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Historical Lectures on the Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ

0 , let us not forget , in all our investigations , that the history of the life of Christ is a history of redemption , - that all the records which the Eternal Spirit of truth has vouchsafed to us bear this indelible impress , and are ...

Author: Charles John Ellicott

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ISBN: UIUC:30112069923743

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Page: 382

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The Life of Christ

The Life of Christ

275 et seq . Antonia , tower of , iii . 180 , 327 , 547 , Bread of Life , Jesus the , iii . 5 , 299 . note . Brethren of Jesus , i . 281 . Apocalypse , i . 105 . Burial of Jesus , iii . 379 . Apocryphal Gospels , i . 19 , 170 et seq .

Author: Bernhard Weiss

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015067250541

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A new Life of Jesus Authorized translation

A new Life of Jesus  Authorized translation

Moreover , no biography can properly . deal with the circumstances of a hero whose thoughts and plans transcend the beginnings of the world ; Hess , therefore , while allowing pretensions of this nature , as claimed by the Jesus of the ...

Author: David Friedrich Strauss

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ISBN: BL:A0019329825

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The Life Jesus

The Life Jesus

death , and burial by his disciples , 109 ;, MAGDALENE , MARY , one of Christ's athis burial - place , like that of Moses , tendants , 382 . unknown , 110 ; analogics in the his- Magi , the , mission to find Jesus , 36 ; the tory of ...

Author: Henry Ward Beecher

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ISBN: IND:30000005090612

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Page: 510

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The Life of Jesus Christ

The Life of Jesus Christ

This is the full English translation of this classic work and, while it will be of great interest to students of Christian spirituality, it is intended for ordinary believers seeking to enter more deeply into the meaning of the life of ...

Author: Ludolph of Saxony

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780879072834

Category: Religion

Page: 888

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The Vita Christi of Ludolph of Saxony, fourteenth-century Carthusian, is the most comprehensive series of meditations on the life of Christ from the late Middle Ages. Ludolph assembles a wealth of commentary from the fathers of the church and the great medieval spiritual writers and weaves them into a seamless exposition of the Gospel. This is the full English translation of this classic work and, while it will be of great interest to students of Christian spirituality, it is intended for ordinary believers seeking to enter more deeply into the meaning of the life of Christ. Ludolph divided his work into two parts; the present volume contains the first half of Part Two.
Categories: Religion

An Account of the Life of that Ancient Servant of Jesus Christ

An Account of the Life of that Ancient Servant of Jesus Christ

He suffered patiently the spoiling of his goods , and imprisonment of his weakly body , in the great and more general imprisonment ; he not only believed in Jesus Christ , but suffered for him ; he was a good neighbour , a loving ...

Author: John Richardson

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015033367684

Category: Quakers

Page: 247

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Categories: Quakers

Unexpected Jesus

Unexpected Jesus

all of this Christians affirm somehow to be enfolded within the life of Jesus. This is actually as extraordinary a claim as it sounds (and will be looked at in depth in what follows). Second, the life of Jesus Christ is now.

Author: Craig Hovey

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781621894452

Category: Religion

Page: 172

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How can Christians live with a surprising God? How can we know and trust God without taming God or reducing God to an idol? Is knowing God the same thing as being open to God? Is God's freedom to act independently of our knowing him actually how we know him most genuinely and deeply? In Unexpected Jesus, Craig Hovey explores in depth the idea that the Christian gospel is a surprising encounter that calls for people to risk living with a God who shows up in unexpected ways. The Gospels often portray Jesus Christ as elusive and difficult to grasp. Hovey helps the reader to "un-expect" Jesus--to preserve Jesus's reality as a surprise rooted in the resurrection. As living and free, the joyous presence of Christ in the world is also unfathomable and uncontainable. Jesus's being free and surprising--unexpected--strengthens Christians' trust in God and helps them to live in God's world.
Categories: Religion

Jesus in the Victorian Novel

Jesus in the Victorian Novel

64 66 69 70 Ernest Renan, Vie De Jésus, trans. Charles Edwin Wilbour (New York: Carleton, 1867). 65 Vie De Jésus, 303. John Robert Seeley, Ecce Homo: A Survey of the Life and Work of Jesus Christ (Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1867).

Author: Jessica Ann Hughes

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350278172

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 200

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This book tells the story of how nineteenth-century writers turned to the realist novel in order to reimagine Jesus during a century where traditional religious faith appeared increasingly untenable. Re-workings of the canonical Gospels and other projects to demythologize the story of Jesus are frequently treated as projects aiming to secularize and even discredit traditional Christian faith. The novels of Charles Kingsley, George Eliot, Eliza Lynn Linton, and Mary Augusta Ward, however, demonstrate that the work of bringing the Christian tradition of prophet, priest, and king into conversation with a rapidly changing world can at times be a form of authentic faith-even a faith that remains rooted in the Bible and historic Christianity, while simultaneously creating a space that allows traditional understandings of Jesus' identity to evolve.
Categories: Literary Criticism