Written by French philosopher and writer Ernest Renan, this was one of the earliest works to approach the study of the life of Jesus Christ in the same way that one would approach the study of any other historical figure.
A 'devotional history of our Lord's passion' written by eminent pastor and Christian author James Stalker.
In this lively and accessible study, David Lyon explores the relationship between religion and postmodernity, through the central metaphor of 'Jesus in Disneyland.'
Jesus and the Trojan War looks at ways in which stories are presented and understood; and how story-tellers - and their listeners - may wittingly or unwittingly confuse fact with fiction. This book explores the parallels between four stories (the Trojan war, Moses, King Arthur, and …
…In particular, he shows that there is strong philosophical support for the belief that Jesus, while remaining God, acquired a human nature and lived on earth for thirty years as a human being. - ;The orderliness of the universe and the existence of human beings already…
Jesus of Nazareth is the most influential historical person. He was about thirty years old. He was active for no more than about three years. He never went abroad, and spoke no foreign languages. Neither he nor his followers conquered any towns or countries. He wrote no books. Despite all…
In this slim volume of verse, Janet Walker describes how the Lord's love has brought strength, joy and peace to her life, the author uses illustrations and verse to explore her faith.
The main aim of this work is to understand Jesus as he saw himself, and to compare that self-understanding with the ways in which others have grasped the nature of his mission.
The Blackwell Companion to Jesus features a comprehensive collection of essays that explore the diverse ways in which Jesus has been imagined or portrayed from the beginnings of Christianity to the present day.