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The essence of Christianity

Author: Ludwig Feuerbach
Publisher: New York : Harper, ©1957.
Series: Harper torchbooks., Cloister library.
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Genre/Form: Controversial literature
Ouvrages de controverse
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ludwig Feuerbach
OCLC Number: 522657
Notes: Harper torchbooks, TB11.
Description: xliv, 339 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: The essential nature of man --
The essence of religion considered generally --
God as a being of the understanding --
God as a moral being or law --
The mystery of the incarnation; or, God as love, as a being of the heart --
The mystery of the suffering God --
The mystery of the Trinity and the mother of God --
The mystery of the Logos and divine image --
The mystery of the cosmogonical principle in God --
The mystery of mysticism, or of nature in God --
The mystery of providence and creation out of nothing --
The significance of the creation in Judaism --
The omnipotence of feeling, or the mystery of prayer --
The mystery of faith, the mystery of miracle --
The mystery of the resurrection and of the miraculous conception --
The mystery of the Christian Christ, or the personal God --
The distinction between Christianity and heathenism --
The significance of voluntary celibacy and monachism --
The Christian heaven, or personal immortality --
The essential standpoint of religion --
The contradiction in the existence of God --
The contradiction in the revelation of God --
The contradiction in the nature of God in general --
The contradiction in the speculative doctrine of God --
The contradiction in the Trinity --
The contradiction in the sacraments --
The contradiction of faith and love --
Concluding application.
Series Title: Harper torchbooks., Cloister library.
Responsibility: by Ludwig Feuerbach ; translated from the German by George Eliot. Introductory essay by Karl Barth ; foreword by H. Richard Niebuhr.

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