Life after death, by Maurice Becqué and Louis Becqué. Translated from the French by P.J. Hepburne-Scott.

; Becqué, Louis, author
[1st ed.].. New York, Hawthorne Books [1960] .

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Other Authors Becqué, Louis,
Subjects Future life.
Series Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism. Section 2, Basic truths ; v. 28.
Description 125 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1960]
Notes Translation of Je ressusciterai.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents I. The future life in contemporary literature -- II. The future life in contemporary philosophy -- A. Existentialism -- B. Anguish -- C. Marxism -- III. World religions and the future life -- A. Prehistoric and primitive man -- B. The ancient East -- 1. The religion of Egypt -- 2. Religions of ancient western Asia -- 3. Iran and its prophet -- C. The religion of India -- D. China, Tibet, and Japan -- D. Greece, Rome, and Byzantium -- E. Islam -- F. Protestants and the future life -- IV. The kingdom of heaven -- A. The hope of Israel -- B. The teaching of Jesus -- C. The theology of heaven -- V. Death is abolished -- A. The glorious resurrection -- B. The last judgment -- C. The particular judgment -- D. Death, resurrection, and Parousia -- VI. The sufferings of the future life -- A. Hell -- 1. The Old Testament -- B. The New Testament -- C. The fathers -- D. The theology of hell -- B. Purgatory -- C. Limbo -- VII. Heaven and earth.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)330616
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Becque, Maurice de, 1878-1938.
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