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The Life of Christ por Dean Farrar
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The Life of Christ (edição 1903)

por Dean Farrar

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Jesus Christ is the most famous person to have walked upon the surface of the Earth. Many people claim to know details of his life, but few would be able recall all the details of those remarkable years when he was among us.So who was Jesus of Nazareth?How did he develop a large group of followers through the course of his lifetime?And why did he lay down his life for us?Frederic Farrar's brilliant two-volume biography aims to answer all of these questions and to enlighten those of us who at the moment only have a brief understanding of Jesus' life."by far the most able and worthy work of its kind ever written in English." The Quarterly ReviewFarrar takes a chronological overview of Christ's life and uncovers many of the periods of his life that have been too often been forgotten or even misunderstood.It is a remarkable account, drawn from a variety of sources, that is vividly written to help the reader further understand who Christ was.Two volumes have been combined into one for this edition of Farrar's work so that the reader can follow Christ's life from beginning to end. Volume One covers from the Nativity to the feeding of the four thousand, while Volume Two begins with the great confession and finishes with the Resurrection."Farrar is never dry or tame; he seems almost to have a dread of being uninteresting. He aims to take notice of everything in the literature pertaining to the subject which modern scholarship has sent out. On his vivid and instructive pages the reader will find much to enlighten him respecting the teachings of the Apostles and the times in which they lived." New Englander and Yale Review"the best-selling biography of the later Victorian Age." Owen Chadwick, The Victorian ChurchFrederic W. Farrar was a theological author who was for many years a master at Harrow and Headmaster of Marlborough School. He was later Canon of Westminster and Rector of St. Margaret's, Archdeacon of Westminster and Dean of Canterbury. His The Life of Christ was first published in 1874 and he passed away in 1903.… (mais)
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Título:The Life of Christ
Autores:Dean Farrar
Informação:Cassell and Company, Limited (1903), Hardcover
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A very thorough and descriptive view of the life of Jesus Christ. I think it remains the definative work on his life. Most others have drawn from it. ( )
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Jesus Christ is the most famous person to have walked upon the surface of the Earth. Many people claim to know details of his life, but few would be able recall all the details of those remarkable years when he was among us.So who was Jesus of Nazareth?How did he develop a large group of followers through the course of his lifetime?And why did he lay down his life for us?Frederic Farrar's brilliant two-volume biography aims to answer all of these questions and to enlighten those of us who at the moment only have a brief understanding of Jesus' life."by far the most able and worthy work of its kind ever written in English." The Quarterly ReviewFarrar takes a chronological overview of Christ's life and uncovers many of the periods of his life that have been too often been forgotten or even misunderstood.It is a remarkable account, drawn from a variety of sources, that is vividly written to help the reader further understand who Christ was.Two volumes have been combined into one for this edition of Farrar's work so that the reader can follow Christ's life from beginning to end. Volume One covers from the Nativity to the feeding of the four thousand, while Volume Two begins with the great confession and finishes with the Resurrection."Farrar is never dry or tame; he seems almost to have a dread of being uninteresting. He aims to take notice of everything in the literature pertaining to the subject which modern scholarship has sent out. On his vivid and instructive pages the reader will find much to enlighten him respecting the teachings of the Apostles and the times in which they lived." New Englander and Yale Review"the best-selling biography of the later Victorian Age." Owen Chadwick, The Victorian ChurchFrederic W. Farrar was a theological author who was for many years a master at Harrow and Headmaster of Marlborough School. He was later Canon of Westminster and Rector of St. Margaret's, Archdeacon of Westminster and Dean of Canterbury. His The Life of Christ was first published in 1874 and he passed away in 1903.

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