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020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another LibriVox recording of Life of Jesus Critically Examined by David Friedrich Strauss, translated by George Eliot. Read by JoeD.

Strauss was an early pioneer in the ongoing 'Quest of the Historical Jesus' held amongst New Testament scholars, and his Life of Jesus is one of the few landmarks in the field. The first edition of Strauss' book was published in Germany in 1835 when he was only 27 years old, and which by 1840 had gone through four editions. He focused his attention on battling two theological fronts which were current at the time - the traditional Orthodox who believed the miracles in the Gospels were to be taken as literal, yet supernatural, history; and the Rationalists, who believed that the Gospel miracles were all true but could be explained by natural and purely physical causes. Strauss rejected both camps and, in a scrupulous and detailed historical analysis of the Gospels, concluded that the Gospels are historically unreliable, not because the Evangelists were deceptive, but because they were preachers who wrote their Gospels as convictions of Faith in a mythological framework. Strauss further argued that anything that can be known of the Historical Jesus is hopelessly buried under accretions of legend and myth.

The price that Strauss paid for publication was high – his Life of Jesus scandalized Europe, and caused a sensation rarely seen by philosophical or theological works. Dozens of books, mostly from Germany, were written in rebuttal. The Life of Jesus cost Strauss his post at Tübingen University, and ultimately his career. However, his argumentation proved too influential to be ignored. The school of Rationalism died in the 19th century, due in no small part to Strauss' criticism. The traditional Orthodox that Strauss criticized partly evolved into Fundamentalism in the early 20th century, and was in large part a reaction to the groundbreaking path started by Strauss and his revolutionary work.

Medical missionary Albert Schweitzer described Strauss' Life of Jesus as, "one of the most perfect things in the whole range of learned literature. In over fourteen hundred pages he has not a superfluous phrase; his analysis descends to the minutest details, but he does not lose his way among them; his style is simple and picturesque, sometimes ironical, but always dignified and distinguished". (Introduction by JoeD)



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Listen to 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another. Make snippets of your favorite quotes and moments from 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another and organize them with all your favorite classic book quotes in a playlist. When you make a playlist, you can include your favorite chapters or snippets so you can share or listen to them any time. Download the Vurbl app and listen, snip or save 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another on the fly.
020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another Strauss was an early pioneer in the ongoing 'Quest of the Historical Jesus' movement, and his Life of Jesus is one of the few landmarks in the field. The first edition of Strauss' book was published in Germany in 1835, when he was only 27 years old. He focused his attention on battling two theological fronts which were current at the time - the biblical Literalists who believed the miracles in the Gospels were to be taken as literal history, and the Rationalists, who believed that the Gospel miracles were true but could be explained by natural and rational causes. Strauss rejected both camps and, in a historical analysis of the Gospels that was scrupulous and exhaustive, concluded that our knowledge of the Historical Jesus is hopelessly buried under layers of legend and myth.The price that Strauss paid for publication was high – his book scandalized Europe, and cost him his job as Chair of Theology at the University of Zurich, and ultimately his career. Dozens of books, mostly from Germany, were written in rebuttal. The school of Rationalism died in the 19th century, due in no small part to Strauss' criticism. The school of Literalism that Strauss criticized evolved into Fundamentalism in the early 20th century, which was in large part a reaction to the groundbreaking path started by Strauss and his revolutionary book.Medical missionary Albert Schweitzer described Strauss' Life of Jesus as, "one of the most perfect things in the whole range of learned literature. In over fourteen hundred pages he has not a superfluous phrase; his analysis descends to the minutest details, but he does not lose his way among them; his style is simple and picturesque, sometimes ironical, but always dignified and distinguished". (Introduction by JoeD)

Listen to 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another. Make snippets of your favorite quotes and moments from 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another and organize them with all your favorite classic book quotes in a playlist. When you make a playlist, you can include your favorite chapters or snippets so you can share or listen to them any time. Download the Vurbl app and listen, snip or save 020 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 2 - Davidical Descent of Jesus, According to the Genealogical Tables of Matthew and Luke &sect;20 The two genealogies of Jesus considered separately and irrespectively of one another on the fly.
Episode 320: The Genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3 (Genealogy Series) Peter Leithart, Alastair Roberts, James Bejon and Jeff Meyers discuss the genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3.
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BIBLE STUDY: The Life of Jesus The Christ - The Genealogy of Jesus Christ the King For more information about our ministry please visit us at https://cornerstonerbc.com/     20 Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant, 21 Make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is wellpleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ; to whom be glory for ever and ever. Amen. Hebrews 13:20-21
Episode 320: The Genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3 (Genealogy Series) Peter Leithart, Alastair Roberts, James Bejon and Jeff Meyers discuss the genealogy of Jesus in Luke 3.
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Investigating Jesus, Vol. 2, Part 5: The Genealogy of Jesus If you’ve ever read through the Bible for very much time, you’ve certainly come across a genealogy or two. They can be a real challenge to get through. But is there more to it than just a list of names? Could it be that the significance of where Jesus came from has a direct correlation […]
Investigating Jesus, Vol. 2, Part 5: The Genealogy of Jesus If you’ve ever read through the Bible for very much time, you’ve certainly come across a genealogy or two. They can be a real challenge to get through. But is there more to it than just a list of names? Could it be that the significance of where Jesus came from has a direct correlation […]
A Genealogy of Regret & Grace: The Genealogy of Jesus Listen as Pastor John Mark continues in a series entitled, A Genealogy of Regret & Grace: The Genealogy of Jesus. Today, John Mark looks at Matthew 1:1-17 Pastor John Mark goes over these five points: Trust God in Everything; Accept People for Who They Are Today; Take Care of the People You Can; Be Very Careful How You Live Every Day; Never Say No To God's Plan. Join us at 6 a.m. every Tuesday at Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen, TX.
A Genealogy of Regret & Grace: The Genealogy of Jesus | 12.22.20 Listen as Pastor John Mark continues in a series entitled, A Genealogy of Regret & Grace: The Genealogy of Jesus. Today, John Mark looks at Matthew 1:1-17 Pastor John Mark goes over these five points: Trust God in Everything; Accept People for Who They Are Today; Take Care of the People You Can; Be Very Careful How You Live Every Day; Never Say No To God's Plan. Join us at 6 a.m. every Tuesday at Cottonwood Creek Church in Allen, TX.
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