Why Christianity Happened Pb Paperback

A Sociohistorical Account of Christian Origins 26-50 CE

by James G. Crossley;


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Why Christianity Happened Pb

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Looking beyond theological narratives and offering a sociological, economic, and historical examination of the spread of earliest Christianity, James Crossley presents a thoroughly secular and causal explanation for why the once law-observant movement within Judaism became the beginnings of a new religion. First analyzing the historiography of the New Testament and stressing the problematic omission of a social scientific account, Crossley applies a socioeconomic lens to the rise of the Jesus movement and the centrality of sinners to his mission. Using macrosociological approaches, he explains how Jesus' Jewish teachings sparked the shift toward a gentile religion and an international monotheistic trend. Finally, using approaches from conversion studies, he provides a sociohistorical explanation for the rise of the Pauline mission.

Why Christianity Happened Pb by James G. Crossley was published by Westminster in November 2006 and is our 50252nd best seller. The ISBN for Why Christianity Happened Pb is 9780664230944.

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Page last updated 1st December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherWestminster (November 2006)
Weight340g
Number of Pages300
Thickness13 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9780664230944
ISBN-100664230946
Product Code124216
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