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Death in Second-Century Christian Thought

Paperback|Mar 2015
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Death in Second-Century Christian Thought explores how the meaning of death was conceptualized in this crucial period of the history of the church. Through an exploration of some key metaphors and other figures of speech that the early church used...


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Death in Second-Century Christian Thought explores how the meaning of death was conceptualized in this crucial period of the history of the church. Through an exploration of some key metaphors and other figures of speech that the early church used to talk about this interesting but difficult topic, the author argues that the early church selected, modified, and utilized existing views on the subject of death in order to offer a distinctively Christian view of death based on what they believed the word of God taught on the subject, particularly in light of the ongoing story of Jesus following his death-his burial and resurrection. In short, the book shows how Christians interacted with the views of death in late antiquity, coming up with their own distinctive view of death.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 463429
  • Product Code 9781498201643
  • ISBN 1498201644
  • EAN 9781498201643
  • Pages 246
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Pickwick Publications
  • Publication Date Mar 2015
  • Dimensions 226 x 150 x 15mm
  • Weight 0.363kg

Jeremiah Mutie

Jeremiah Mutie has served as Adjunct Instructor of Religion at Liberty University School of Religion Online. Also he serves as Adjunct Professor of the History of Christian Thought at Beulah Heights University at Atlanta, GA. Dr. Mutie holds a ThM and PhD.from Dallas Theological Seminary.