How On Earth Did Jesus Become A God? Historical Questions About The Earliest Devotion To Jesus .
How On Earth Did Jesus Become A God?
Larry W. Hurtado
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How On Earth Did Jesus Become A God?: Historical Questions About
The Earliest Devotion Devotion may refer to:
To Jesus by Larry W. Hurtado (Professor of New
Testament Language, Literature, and Theology, University of Edinburgh (body, education) University of Edinburgh - A university in the centre of Scotland's capital. The University of Edinburgh has been promoting and setting standards in education for over 400 years. ,
Scotland)is an informed and scholarly study on the perception of Jesus
in the early Christian movement. Investigating the absurdly quick
infatuation which so many Christians adopted after the death of Christ,
and His inclusion into what became the Christian faith, How On Earth Did
Jesus Become A God? delves Delves is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated a short distance to the south of Consett. into many ideals focused on the Christian
historical significance and progression of it's central
personality. How On Earth Did Jesus Become A God? is very strongly
recommended and thought-provoking reading for all seminary seminary
- Edward Devotion School, a public school in Brookline, Massachusetts.
- Bible study (Christian), devotion within Christianity
- Catholic devotions, devotion within Catholicism
- Bhakti, devotion within Hinduism
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non-specialist general readers with an interest in the evolution of the
Christian faith in general, and the role and perception of Jesus of
Nazareth within that evolving theology.