Yeshua Buddha: An Interpretation of New Testament Theology as a Meaningful Myth

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Quest Books, 26‏/09‏/1988 - 134 من الصفحات
Jay Williams' approach to the study of the life of Christ simply overflows with intuitional creativity, permitting students to find for themselves trans-historical, yet new and existential situations in the Biblical story. Buddha means "the Enlightened One," and the author uses this word in the generic sense. He explores the possibility that Yeshua represents a way to enlightenment which is neither Western nor Eastern but universal and perennial, a way often misunderstood by Christian theologians.
 

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PREFACE
9
LOGOS
27
WATER AND WIND
36
THE WAY
48
THE DISCIPLES AND THE CHRIST
75
THE LAST THINGS
91
BEYOND THE END
110
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Dr. Jay G. Williams is the Walcott-Bartlett Professor of Religious Studies and former Department Chair at Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. He also served as Director of Asian Studies. Dr Williams holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University in New York.

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