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Larraya, Juan A. Publication Timeline. Most widely held works by Juan A. G Larraya. El libro de los muertos by Book of the dead Book 11 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 42 WorldCat member libraries worldwide El Libro de los Muertos, una de las obras capitales de la literatura religiosa de todos los tiempos, constituye un documento de primera magnitud para adentrarse en el conocimiento de la religiosidad del antiguo pueblo egipcio.

Religiones y creencias by Juan A. G Larraya Book 21 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 39 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Acabada la lectura de Caos, no se ve el mundo con los mismos ojos.

Biblical criticism by Jean Steinmann Book 3 editions published in in Spanish and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide The original texts of the Bible were inspired, down to their actual wording, by the Holy Spirit.

But these original texts have become lost and all that is available now are editions made from manuscripts which were produced by copyists during the course of three thousand or more years. For this reason, it has become very important that the text of the Bible be restored to its primitive purity; and these are the tasks of criticism and philology.

The author shows the way in which a criticial text is established and why it is needed for a full appreciation of the Bible, and he surveys the whole field of Biblical criticism from earliest times up to the present day. Biblical archeology by F.

M Du Buit Book 2 editions published in in Spanish and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide How much can archaeology tell us about the everyday life and history of the people of the Bible?

This volume shows us how archaeological research illustrates the life and customs of the Biblical era. The author points out how changes in Biblical history were mirrored by changes in pottery, architecture, funerary art, coinage, pagan idols, clothing, weapons, musical instruments, tools and means of transportation.

He goes on to demonstrate how the search for evidence of recorded Biblical events led to the discovery of other earlier events and the unearthing of even more ancient civilizations.

The importance of Biblical archaeology also lies in filling in the historical gaps that were never covered in the Bible. Here, this science is attempting to provide the historical continuity needed for an overall view of the Biblical era. El cerebro y la mente una realidad y un enigma by Gordon Rattray Taylor 4 editions published between and in Spanish and Catalan and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. El trabajo, los obreros y la iglesia by Henri Rollet Book 2 editions published in in Spanish and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Un espejo lejano by Barbara W Tuchman Book 4 editions published between and in Spanish and Catalan and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Una de las mejores historiadoras actuales reconstruye en este apasionante libro el nacimiento de la sociedad occidental moderna. G Larraya Book 3 editions published in in Spanish and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

Las lenguas sagradas by Paul Auvray Book 2 editions published in in Spanish and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The religion of Israel by Albert Gelin Book 2 editions published in in Spanish and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide All Christians are spiritual heirs of the people of Israel, but to many they are so remote in time and thought that the Old Testament is hard to read with sympathy and understanding.

This book provides a basis for both. It describes the development of the Hebrews -- the name means "men of the sand"--When they were tribes of desert shepherds wandering with their flocks from Mesopotamia to Egypt, through their settlement in Canaan as farmers and town dwellers, to their exile in Babylon as merchants and labourers and the final return and establishment of Jerusalem as the holy city and its temple as the centre of Israel's worship.

The effect of these changes in their way of life upon their religious beliefs and customs is described together with characteristics of their faith: the covenant with the living God and the battle to maintain this faith during the years of exile and wandering, the intense life of prayer reflected throughout the Old Testament, the prophecies of a future leader who was to redeem Israel, the yearning for life after death and the hope of resurrection.

Other chapters discuss the missionary ideal of Israel an aspect neglected or ginored because of the later history of the Jews and the nature of "Biblical man. Israel is his witness.

The dialogue of Israel and its Lord is the story of every man, of every one of us. The author first stresses the theological and historical links between the Church and Judaism. Later, he outlines the history of the Jews, explains Judaism's main doctrines, and describes Jewish worship and prayer.

A concluding section studies mystical trends in Judaism. Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Spanish 98 Catalan 5 English 1. Translator , Author , Editor. H66, Project Page Feedback Known Problems.


Caos, La Creación De Una Ciencia

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