The Sources for the life of Christ, by François Amiot [and others] Translated from the French by P.J. Hepburne-Scott.


[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorn Books [1962] .

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Other Authors Amiot, F.
Subjects Jesus Christ -- Sources.
Jesus Christ.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 6, Word of God ; v. 67.
Description 128 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1962]
Contents I. Jesus, and historical person / Franȯis Amiot -- II. The silence of Jesus' contemporaries / Henri Daniel-Rops -- The official documents -- Roman authors -- Jewish writers -- The case of Flavius Josephus -- III. What the Dead Sea Scrolls tell us about Jesus / Jean Daniľou -- IV. The Gospel: basis of all our knowledge of Jesus / Henri Daniel-Rops -- The Gospel is the life and the message of Christ -- The first Gospel: according to St. Matthew -- The second Gospel: according to St. Mark -- The third Gospel: according to St. Luke -- Remarks on the synoptics -- The fourth Gospel: according to St. John -- Appendix to Chapter IV: note on the transmission of the text of the Gospels / Franȯis Amiot -- V. The Gospel before the Gospels / Amďě Brunot -- The acts of the Apostles -- The letters of St. Paul -- The repercussions of Jesus' deeds -- The repercussions of Jesus' words -- The epistle to the Hebrews -- The Catholic epistles -- VI. Ancient Christian texts on the origin of the Gospels / Franȯis Amiot.
Genre Sources.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)332005
(OCoLC)ocm00332005
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