The Drama of Calvary
AuthorHouse, 28/09/2011 - 140 páginas
The story of the Death and Resurrection of Jesus is read by millions. But does the Bible give them the facts? This book, written for the non-specialist, examines the Gospel Narrative rigorously, and discovers that the Gospels contain clues to the true origin of the worlds greatest story. The Drama of Calvary has been described by reviewers as ground-breaking, persuasive and a revelation.
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II The Arrest of Jesus
III Possibilities and Probabilities
IV Commentary on some details of the Passion Narrative
V A Possible Reconstruction
VI Reactions to the Death of Jesus
VII The Formation of a Passion Liturgy
IX Development of the Passion Narrative
XI The Historical Context
XII Elements of a Drama
XIII An Author of the Passion Drama?
XIV Resurrection or Return?
XV The Limits of the Liturgy
VIII Simon called Peter
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