Jesus the Man; a New Interpretation from the Dead Sea Scrolls

By: Thiering, Barbara

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Jesus the Man; a New Interpretation from the Dead Sea Scrolls by Thiering, Barbara
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Sydney: Doubleday & Co, 1992. 900 g; xii, 451 pp., including bibliography and index. slight wear to base of boards, slight darkening of the margins of the pages from exposure to light, fading of the back strip section of the dust jacket, all else in good order.. Illustrated with maps, figures, and black and white photographs. Four appendices, text notes and references etc.. The author provides a radically different history of the life of Christ which sweeps away the miraculous and superstitious elements associated with the origins of Christianity. She claims that the gospels were written deliberately in a form containing two levels of meaning: the surface level provides a simplified and often symbolic description designed to satisfy those who need the supernatural as an element of their faith; and the second level, concealed within, depicts the actual events and their real significance.. Second Impression. Aqua Cloth. Good/Good -- Faded Spine. Octavo- over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Religion.

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