The Unholy in Holy Scripture: The Dark Side of the Bible

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1997 M01 1 - 167 páginas
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The Bible is the most widely read and translated book in the world, and its influence is immeasurable. Nonetheless, according to Gerd Ludemann, its use by Christians is highly selective. Ludemann asks, what about those parts of the Bible that contain God's command to exterminate entire peoples or those texts which demonize other faiths? He focuses first on the practice of Holy War and then on the anti-Judaism of New Testament writings. He also tackles the question of how, given this destructive side of Scripture, we can continue to be Christians. In response, he points to the person of Jesus and his example.

 

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Problems and Methods
1
Refutability as a criterion for a scientific statement
19
The divisions in this book
26
Unholy Violence against Others in the
33
The ban is not revenge but a ritual
40
Is the ban historically excusable?
46
At no time can there be different opinions
54
Forgery or authentic religious pseudepigraphy?
70
The Gospel of Matthew
100
LukeActs
106
The Revelation of John
114
A solution to the problem by means of
121
Jesus and the Mercy of God
128
Bibliography
137
Ideologies Text and Tradition
146
Index of Modern Scholars
162

The pernicious longterm effect of the utopias
74
Thessalonians
81

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Gerd Ludemann is Professor of New Testament at the University of Gottingen in Germany and Director of the Institute of Early Christian Studies. He taught for several years at Vanderbilt Divinity School and has authored several works of New Testament scholarship, including What Really Happened to Jesus: A Historical Approach to the Resurrection.

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