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by Valerie A. Abrahamsen

eBook Goddess and God: A Holy Tension in the First Christian Centuries (Marco Polo Monographs) ePub
Author: Valerie A. Abrahamsen
Language: English
ISBN: 0971949646
ISBN13: 978-0971949645
Publisher: Shangri LA Pubns Ltd (July 1, 2004)
Pages: 143
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
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To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. or. Download to your computer. In this volume, Dr. Abrahamsen shows that vestiges of the prehistoric Nature goddess, worshipped by Neolithic and other peoples for millennia, survived into the Graeco-Roman period, under different guises, and influenced the development of Christianity. Her evidence is drawn from the existence of goddess symbols in the catacombs, other early church art, and basilica art from the early Byzantine era; from extant folklore and folk traditions; from magic and other quasi-religious practices evident in the early Christian tradition; and from certain rituals preserved by the church.

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Informationen zum Titel Goddess and God von Valerie A. Abrahamsen aus der Reihe Marco Polo Monographs . Abrahamsen aus der Reihe Marco Polo Monographs Her evidence is drawn from the existence of goddess symbols in the catacombs, other early church art, and basilica art from the early Byzantine era; from extant folklore and folk traditions; from magic and other quasi-religious practices evident in the early Christian tradition; and from certain rituals preserved by the church.

And when the appointed day was come, all the Christians got up early, men and women, small and great, more than 100,000 persons, and went to church, and heard the Holy Mass. And after Mass had been sung, they all went forth together in a great procession to the plain in front of the mountain, carrying the precious cross before them, loudly singing and greatly weeping as they went.

Valerie A. Abrahamsen is an independent scholar, lecturer . Goddess and God: A Holy Tension in the First Christian Centuries, 2006. Abrahamsen is an independent scholar, lecturer and retreat leader living in southern Vermont. Abrahamsen is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and the Archaeological Institute of America and appears in Who’s Who in America 2008, Who’s Who of Biblical Studies and Archaeology, and 2000 Outstanding Scholars of the Twentieth Century. Women and Worship at Philippi: Diana/Artemis and Other Cults in the Early Christian Era, 1995.

Many believed Marco Polo's book about his travels was fiction and called it 'Il Milione' (The Million Lies Two centuries after Polo's passing, Christopher Columbus set off across the Atlantic in hopes o. .

Many believed Marco Polo's book about his travels was fiction and called it 'Il Milione' (The Million Lies. Did You Know? When Marco Polo finally returned with his father and brother to Venice, the three men had a hard time speaking in their native tongue. In the centuries since his death, Polo has received the recognition that failed to come his way during his lifetime. Two centuries after Polo's passing, Christopher Columbus set off across the Atlantic in hopes of finding a new route to the Orient. With him was a copy of Polo's book.

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Carol proposes that Goddess is the intelligent embodied love that is in all being, a personal presence that can inspire us to love the world more deeply. Judith counters that God is an impersonal power of creativity, the ground of being that includes both good and evil

Carol proposes that Goddess is the intelligent embodied love that is in all being, a personal presence that can inspire us to love the world more deeply. Judith counters that God is an impersonal power of creativity, the ground of being that includes both good and evil. Their probing of the autobiographical sources of their theologies combined with an intense questioning of each other’s views offers both a new way of speaking about Goddess and God and a fruitful model of theological conversation across difference.

In this volume, Dr. Abrahamsen shows that vestiges of the prehistoric Nature goddess, worshipped by Neolithic and other peoples for millennia, survived into the Graeco-Roman period, under different guises, and influenced the development of Christianity. She argues that, while a male-dominated religious ethos supplanted goddess religion in the West starting with the Bronze Age, goddess beliefs and practices persisted "underground" and could not be completely suppressed or ignored. Her evidence is drawn from the existence of goddess symbols in the catacombs, other early church art, and basilica art from the early Byzantine era; from extant folklore and folk traditions; from magic and other quasi-religious practices evident in the early Christian tradition; and from certain rituals preserved by the church.
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