Encyloaedia of Theology, Vol. 2 J F Rabiger

ISBN: 9781331270782

Published: September 27th 2015

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Encyloaedia of Theology, Vol. 2  by  J F Rabiger

Encyloaedia of Theology, Vol. 2 by J F Rabiger
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 454 pages | ISBN: 9781331270782 | 6.16 Mb

Excerpt from Encyloaedia of Theology, Vol. 2The Christian religion, which forms the confession of the Church and the subject of theology, is given to the Church and to theology in the revelation of Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus appears in the midst ofMoreExcerpt from Encyloaedia of Theology, Vol. 2The Christian religion, which forms the confession of the Church and the subject of theology, is given to the Church and to theology in the revelation of Jesus of Nazareth. Jesus appears in the midst of His own people as the Sent of God, as the Messiah or Christ, by whom a new religious life is to be founded among men.

As soon as He made known among those around by word and deed the fulness of the divine life which dwelt within Him, His personality began to exercise a mighty influence upon those of His contemporaries who recognised in Him the Sent of God, and who, believing in Him, and in the spirit which they had received from Him, had become His followers.

Like every other founder of a religion, Christ is also the founder of a Church. He Himself and His first disciples form the primitive Christian Church. After the death of Jesus, commissioned by their Master and urged on by their own zeal, the first disciples, and soon also others as well, won to be labourers together with Christ, spread the knowledge of Christ among ever-widening circles.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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