Christianity Without Fairy Tales: When Science and Religion Merge James Rigas

ISBN: 9781570876547

Published: December 31st 2004

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472 pages


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Christianity Without Fairy Tales: When Science and Religion Merge  by  James Rigas

Christianity Without Fairy Tales: When Science and Religion Merge by James Rigas
December 31st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 472 pages | ISBN: 9781570876547 | 4.78 Mb

This is a wide-ranging book which covers an enormous range of topics from a liberal Christian point of view. The book is in parts:God the Creator - The Old Testament: The author discusses the content of the first five books of the Bible, and theMoreThis is a wide-ranging book which covers an enormous range of topics from a liberal Christian point of view. The book is in parts:God the Creator - The Old Testament: The author discusses the content of the first five books of the Bible, and the nature of the Bible -- whether it is fact or fiction or something in between. Other topics include the creation stories, evolution, the Garden of Eden, original sin, the authors of the Old Testament, the existence of God, evil, theodicy, and apocalyptic writings.God the Father - The New Testament: Topics include: the Messiah- 1st century Palestine- his teachings- his parables- the reign of God- son of man or son of God- our selves and the world- survival of the soul- angels, devils, and miracles- Jesus execution and resurrection.What man made of the teaching - the Church: Topics include: the first Christians, the invention of Christianity- the gospels- the structure of God- the Eucharist- role of Women- sex- reaching for a new Christianity.The book also includes maps, chapter notes, an annotated bibliography, index and index of biblical quotations.



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