The Religious Quests of the Graeco-Roman World: A Study in the Historical Background of Early Christianity
Biblo & Tannen Publishers, 1967 - 444 strán (strany)
"From ancient records, Dr. Angus reconstructs a vivid picture of that magnificent civilization contemporaneous with the founding of the Christian church, with the result that a more significant conception of the faith we know today emerges from his study of the rich intellectual and spiritual currents of the pagan world as they aided or opposed or modified the struggling young religion from the East."--Publisher's note.
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1 Presumed Dominical institutionvalue not dependent on historic
GREEK MORAL AND GREEK MYSTICAL PHILOSOPHY
Goodnessman a heavenly plant services of Greek philosophy
crisesrise of Christian philosophyChristian apologists divided
ASTRALISM OR THE RELIGION OF ASTROLOGY
raptured by harmony of the spheres 3 contemplation of earth from
ANCIENT GREEK THEOSOPHY AS A RELIGION
freedomdualismimmortaliyorigin of evilpunishmentastralism
and limitationsno uniformitythe three leading anthropologies
exaltation and purification of feelings apart from sacramentssacra
of sacramentsbut 1 paradoxical character of Johannine thought
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accepted according acts ancient appeal astral authority baptism beauty became become believe body catholic cause centuries character Christ Christianity Church conception cosmic cult death Deity demons divine doctrine early earth effect elements emotions eternal evil experience expression fact faith Father flesh give Gnosis Gnosticism gods Gospel Graeco-Roman Greek hand heaven hold holy human ideal ideas immortality influence initiation interest Jesus Jewish Judaism knowledge later light living magic material means ments mind moral Mysteries mysticism nature never object origin Pagan Paul Philo philosophy Platonism Plotinus popular practice present proved reason received recognized religion religious represented revealed rites ritual Roman sacra sacramentarianism sacraments salvation secured sense society soul spirit Stoic Stoicism suffering symbol theology things thought tion true truth universe vision whole worship