The Gospel According to Heretics Paperback
Discovering Orthodoxy Through Early Christological Conflicts
by David E Wilhite;
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Wide ranging and thorough, Wilhite's book uses up-to-date thought to show what of Jesus' words the early Church rejected.
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The Gospel According to Heretics
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What did the ancient heretics say about Jesus and why?
David Wilhite offers a charitable reading to carefully discern the concerns that led them to their conclusions, teaching orthodox Christology by explaining the false starts.
While some studies offer a revisionist take on various individual figures, The Gospel according to Heretics takes a more comprehensive approach, covering the whole era of the ecumenical councils. It also situates Christianity in relation to Judaism and Islam.
Drawing on up-to-date scholarship yet accessible for beginning students, this engaging introduction to the christological heresies not only helps readers understand teachings about Jesus that the early church rejected but also shows how the history of theology is relevant for today's church.
Professors and students in theology and church history courses, pastors, and interested laypeople will value this work.
The Gospel According to Heretics by David E Wilhite was published by Baker Publishing Group in August 2015 and is our 52937th best seller. The ISBN for The Gospel According to Heretics is 9780801039768.
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Introduction: Defining Heresy, Revising Orthodoxy
1. Marcion: Supersessionism
2. Ebion: Adoptionism
3. Gnostics: Docetism
4. Sabellius: Modalism
5. Arius: Subordinationism
6. Apollinaris: Subhumanism
7. Nestorius: Dyoprosopitism
8. Eutyches: Monophysitism
9. Iconoclasts: Antirepresentationalism
10. Muslims: Reductionism
Conclusion: Heresy according to the Gospel
Details for The Gospel According to Heretics
|Page last updated||25th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||David E Wilhite|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Baker Publishing Group (August 2015)|
|Number of Pages||304|