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Lost Christianity

Jacob Needleman

Lost Christianity

by Jacob Needleman

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Published by Doubleday in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Needleman, Jacob,
  • Christianity -- Essence, genius, nature,
  • Christianity -- 20th century,
  • Christianity and other religions,
  • Spirituality

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJacob Needleman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR121.2 .N38
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 228 p. ;
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4404299M
    ISBN 100385000111
    LC Control Number79006663

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Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew [Bart D. Ehrman] on io-holding.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The early Christian Church was a chaos of contending beliefs.

Some groups of Christians claimed that there was not one God but two or twelve or thirty. Some believed that the world had not been created by God but by a lesserCited by: Lost Christianity by Jacob Needleman is a book that explores what he feels is "lost', and basically concludes that the inner human connection with God and the outer have been deeply wounded and sees that we should connect the two and that one aspect of social justice is not must giving to others but inspiring them to change and move onward as well/5(22).

Oct 01,  · The Lost History of Christianity is an excellent introduction to an obscure subject which the church in America never touches on. The author Philip Jenkins says that much of the information presented in this work is little known except by a few scholars.

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Philip Jenkins’s The Lost History of Christianity reads initially like an alternative-history science fiction book. It supplies a bewildering number of unfamiliar names, covers thousands of.

Needleman claimed to have discovered these lost teachings, the missing “intermediate Christianity”, with the help of Father Sylvan, a Christian monk. As he puts it in the new Introduction to to the book, what is missing is the “experience of oneself” or “presence to oneself”. Nov 03,  · The Lost History of Christianity by Philip Jenkins offers a revolutionary view of the history of the Christian church.

Subtitled “The Thousand-Year Golden Age of the Church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia—and How It Died,” it explores the extinction of the earliest, most influential Christian churches of China, India, and the Middle /5.

The Lost History of Christianity Reading this book, this reviewer was sobered, chilled, and challenged by the fact that millions of Christians in the developing world have been slaughtered for their faith in Christ. Book reviews are published online and in print every quarter in Bibliotheca Sacra.

“This book offers a fascinating introduction to an astonishing range of ‘lost Christianities’ that flourished at the time when the Christian movement began. Bart Ehrman has the rare gift of communicating scholarship in writing that is lively, enjoyable, and accessible.”–Elaine Pagels, Princeton University.

Has the true heart and essence of Christianity become obscured during its progress across the centuries and through diverse cultures. In his personal account of his quest for 'the lost religion of love', Needleman explores the concepts of soul, prayer, meditation, and spirituality.

May 01,  · Thus, like its predecessors, Jenkins’s most recent book, The Lost History of Christianity (HarperOne, ) challenges what most of its readers thought they knew, in this case, about the faith.

Aug 25,  · About Lost Christianity. Unavailable for several years, Lost Christianity is a profound reexamination of the essence of Christian thought and faith.

Philosopher and bestselling author Jacob Needleman has sought out the ancient texts and modern practitioners of essential Christianity, whose message speaks directly to contemporary seekers.

A lost work is a document, literary work, or piece of multimedia produced some time in the past, of which no surviving copies are known to exist. This term most commonly applies to works from the classical world, although it is increasingly used in relation to modern works.A work may be lost to history through the destruction of an original manuscript and all later copies.

Aug 01,  · Unavailable for several years, Lost Christianity is a profound reexamination of the essence of Christian thought and faith. Philosopher and bestselling author Jacob Needleman has sought out the ancient texts and modern practitioners of essential Christianity, whose message speaks directly to contemporary seekers.5/5(5).

Nov 08,  · Christianity Today provides thoughtful, biblical perspectives on theology, church, ministry, and culture on the official site of Christianity Today Magazine.

Book Reviews Limit. In this groundbreaking book, renowned religion scholar Philip Jenkins offers a lost history, revealing that, for centuries, Christianity's center was actually in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, with significant communities extending as far as China/5(6).

Jacob Needleman (born October 6, ) is an American philosopher, author, and religious scholar. Born into a Jewish family, Needleman was educated at Harvard University, Yale University, and the University of Freiburg, Germany.

He is a professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University and is said to have "popularized the term 'new religious movements'."Alma mater: Harvard University, Yale University. Check out this great listen on io-holding.com Renowned scholar of comparative religion, Jacob Needleman, gathers together ancient texts and writings of the modern practitioners of essential Christianity.

Needleman demonstrates that a more effective contemplative tradition existed. Christianity Lost/Book. likes. Christianity Lost is a book about the Bible, Christianity and what it really means to be a Christian, based on scripture!1/5(1).“WE’VE LOST CHRISTIANITY” – by Andrew Strom.

Despite the thousands in our megachurches today, soaking up the warm entertainment offered to them every .After a long and rather murky quest, a noted academic expert on religion thinks he's ""found it""; but readers may wonder.

Needleman calls the element missing from Christianity (lost around the end of the Middle Ages, if not before) ""ontological love."".