The Jesus Story

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages
Here is a book that makes use of the recent advances in research to consider honestly the facts surrounding Jesus' life and death. The result: a reliable and vivid portrait of Jesus' life as it would have been seen by his contemporaries.The Jesus Story will appeal to anyone who would like to get some "feel" for how Jesus in his teaching, his company, his relationships, his challenge and activity came across to his contemporaries, and to know what significance is claimed for Jesus' life in our own very different age.
 

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Contents

First Months in Capharnaum
1
The Heart of the Message
8
Healing
13
Helping Friends with Problems
26
This Jesus
42
Jesus Aim
48
Decisions
56
Confrontation
60
Last Evening
66
Trial and Death
76
Resurrection
83
The Resurrection in Practice
95
What Do the Gospels Say?
104
The Empty Tomb and the Media
114
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About the author (1991)

Edmund Flood is a graduate of Oxford University. He is found of the Catholic Theological Association of Great Britain, and is a member of the Benedictine community of Ealing Abbey, London.

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