Jat robinson redating the new testament
It's implications are staggering in terms of the cynicism and flippancy of much current criticism, and it's smoothly and intelligently written. In fact, whether you believe this or not, read this book. My hope is that more of Tresmontant's work will be translated from the French.
We live in a bountiful and wreckless age when it comes to bible criticism, and that is wonderful and at times a little dizzying, but every now and then you want some one -- like Tresmontant -- to talk to you in a still small voice.
John’s Gospel goes on to describe Jesus’ miraculous ‘signs’ and his heart-searching words that testified to His true identity as ‘the Christ’.
The Gospel ends with the words, ‘Jesus performed many other signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book.
In 1959, he became became Anglican Bishop of Woolwich."Whenever we act ethically, loving and compassionate towards an-other we are reaching towards God.Our moral 'ought' is the 'Ground of our Being', who is God.He came into public awareness in the United Kingdom in 1960 when he testified for Penguin Books in favor of the publication of Lady Chatterley's Lover before a commission seeking to ban the novel.In 1962, while recovering from a back injury, he wrote the book "Honest to God" which questioned traditional theism and started an international discussion about theology.