Item description for Jesus & the Land by Charles R. Page...
Overview With this book, Page gives readers a sequel to The Land and the Book: An Introduction to the World of the Bible. His fascinating exploration of the history, culture, and geography of the Ancient Near East brings together the fruits of contemporary historical and archaeological research, introducing readers not only to the historical and literary events but to the land of the Bible.
Publishers Description Jesus and the Land is an attempt to reconstruct the life of Jesus based on insights gained from the land. How did Jesus' ministry begin? What led him from Nazareth and exclusive Judaism to Capernaum and inclusive Hillilian Judaism? What events led to the increase of his popularity, and how did this popularity result in his eventual execution? --from the foreword by the author Key Features: Expands on a successful project, buliding on a proven winner, Focuses on the historical and archeological evidence available to uncover insights into the context of Jesus' ministry, Written in a clear, accessible style Key Benefits: * Helps the reader understand some of the historical background behind the gospel accounts * Assists the reader in learning about the cultural context of Jesus' life and ministry * Makes some of the insights of biblical history and archeology available to a broad audience, without requiring technical knowledge of the fiel
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Studio: Abingdon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1995
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
ISBN 0687005442 ISBN13 9780687005444
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Christ's Middle Eastern itinerary May 5, 2008
Page focuses on about 200 sites where Jesus is known to/thought to have ministered, with local color, contemporary local politics, multicultural settings, and subsequent enshrinement of these sites by a host of Christian, Islamic, and Jewish imperialists eager to claim 'holy ground' for their particular faith. Great illustrations and very useful index.
Want to REALLY understand the ministry of Jesus? Apr 18, 2000
It is extremely difficult for 20th Century, western culture Americans to think as if we were first century, eastern culture Jews. Charles Page helps the reader to get as close as we are likely to get. His intimate familiarity with both the land of the Bible and the eastern culture of those who live there bring the words and deeds of Jesus to life for the reader. This is not a devotional book nor is it a ponderous scholarly tome. If, however, the reader is a serious student of the Bible or wants to more fully understand Jesus of Nazareth, this book is not to be missed.