The Restored New Testament V1: The Hellenic Fragments, Freed from the Pseudo-Jewish Interpolations, Harmonized and Done into English Verse and Prose

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1925. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766126188. Volume 1 of 2. (This description is for all volumes.) With introductory analyses, and commentaries, giving an interpretation according to ancient philosophy and psychology and a new literal translation of the synoptic gospels, with commentaries and illustrations. "In the work here presented the portions of the New Testament which the author holds to be genuine are construed in verse, and are interpreted along the lines of ancient philosophy and ...
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1925. Other volumes in this set include ISBN number(s): 0766126188. Volume 1 of 2. (This description is for all volumes.) With introductory analyses, and commentaries, giving an interpretation according to ancient philosophy and psychology and a new literal translation of the synoptic gospels, with commentaries and illustrations. "In the work here presented the portions of the New Testament which the author holds to be genuine are construed in verse, and are interpreted along the lines of ancient philosophy and psychology. The work is, therefore, not concerned with theological views or any of the creeds, dogmas and doctrines of the many Christian sects. For the author, while cherishing the greatest respect for all that is pure and noble in the Christian religion and all other religions, is not, and never has been a Christian. In interpreting the New Testament from a non-sectarian, and therefore possibly non-Christian, point of view, he has tried to avoid offending needlessly those who cling to one or another form of Christian faith; but this interpretation differs radically from that offered by the so-called orthodox commentators, and in the attempt to restore the admittedly corrupt text of the New Testament, more especially that of the Gospels, the author has found it necessary to undermine the foundation upon which the structure of dogmatic theology has been reared." Contents: The Genuine Portions of the New Testament, Analyses and Commentaries; Anointing of Iesous; Crowning of Jesus; Selections from the Fourth Gospel with Commentary; Initiation of Ioannes; Initiation; Letters of Paulos; Synoptic Gospels, Translated into Modern English, with Comments; Gospels according to, Mark, Matthew and Luke.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781162576381
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 9/10/2010
  • Pages: 486
  • Product dimensions: 11.00 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.98 (d)

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