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Robert Crotty

The Christian Survivor

How Roman Christianity Defeated Its Early Competitors

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ISBN: 978-981-10-9819-2
Verlag: Springer Singapore
Format: Flexibler Einband
XIII, 355 Seiten; 23.5 cm x 15.5 cm, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017, 2018

Hauptbeschreibung


The book puts the current interest in historical Jesus research into a proper historical context, highlighting Gnosticism’s lasting influence on early Christianity and making the provocative claim that nearly all Christian Churches are in some way descended from Roman Christianity. Breaking with the accepted wisdom of Christianity’s origins, the revised history it puts forward challenges the assumptions of Church and secular historians, biblical  critics and general readers alike, with profound repercussions for scholarship, belief and practice. 





Kurztext / Annotation

How Roman Christianity Defeated Its Early Competitors

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Introduction.- What Really is Religion?.- The Study of The Jewish Past.- The Study of The Christian Past.- The Roman Context of Early Christianity.- The Jesus Movement Communities in Palestine.- Christianity in Rome.- The Roman Connection of Peter.- The Isaac Tradition.- The Gospel of Mark.- The Nine Markan Roman Traditions.- The Christian Gnostics.- Roman Christianity Returns to the East.- The Sources for a Study Of Paul.- The Three Pauls.- Johannine Christianity: John of Patmos.- John’s Gospel in Western Asia Minor.- The Roman Gospels of Matthew and Luke.- Later Roman Influence on Christianity.- Conclusion.- Appendix 1: Identifying the Beloved Disciple.- Bibliography. 




Biografische Anmerkung zu den Verfassern


Robert Brian Crotty is the Emeritus Professor of Religion and Education at the University of South Australia. He has been a Visiting Scholar at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies, Oxford University, and a Visiting Fellow at the Woolf Institute, Cambridge University. Professor Crotty was educated in Australia, Rome and Jerusalem. He has research degrees in Ancient History, Education, Christian Theology and Biblical Studies. He is an Élève Titulaire of the École Biblique in Jerusalem. In Rome and Jerusalem, he studied under some of the great scholars of early Christianity, including Ignace de la Potterie, Marie-Émile Boismard and Pierre Benoit and studied Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek, Latin and Syriac in order to further his intimate understanding of biblical texts. He has authored or edited some 33 books, multiple book chapters and journal articles in the areas of Theology, Biblical Studies and World Religions.