One Jesus, Many Christs: How Jesus Inspired Not One True Christianity but Many (Paperback)
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One Jesus, Many Christs: How Jesus Inspired Not One True Christianity but Many (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 12/09/2000
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In this exciting volume, Riley reveals that from the beginning there was not just one true Christianity, but many different Christianities. United by passionate allegiance to Jesus as Hero, these early, doctrinally diverse Christianities have led to the development of many different kinds of Christian churches among us today. Riley shows that early Christianity harbored major doctrinal differences about all aspects of Jesus' life, death, resurrection, and divinity.This book provides not only a whole new understanding of the nature of earliest Christianity, but it also conveys a vital message for today about what Christian faith is really about. Riley reveals the authentic character of Christianity as inherently pluralistic and tolerant of diverse ideas while passionately centered in Jesus.

Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
ISBN: 9780800632427
Weight: 331 g
Dimensions: 213 x 138 x 16 mm

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