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In the beginning God : a fresh look at the case for original monotheism

Auteur: Winfried Corduan
Uitgever: Nashville : B & H Publishing Group, ©2013.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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In the nineteenth century academic world a stormy debate took shape over the origin of religion. Scholars explored the ancient languages of mythology and then considered evolutionary anthropology. A dominant view emerged that religion began with animism -- the reverent honoring of spirits -- and from there evolved into higher forms, from polytheism on to monotheism. However, scholars Andrew Lang and Wilhem Schmidt  Meer lezen...
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Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Winfried Corduan
ISBN: 0805447784 9780805447781
OCLC-nummer: 812571424
Beschrijving: xv, 368 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Inhoud: Origins and beginnings: confusion in the making --
Max Muller: mythology as a disease of language --
E.B. Tylor: religion from a Darwinian perspective --
Andrew Lang: turnabout is fair play --
Andrew Lang: interactions and totemism --
Wilhelm Schmidt and culture circles --
Wilhelm Schmidt: the results --
Wilhelm Schmidt: reactions and critiques --
Eliade, Otto, and Durkheim: escape into the irrational --
Monotheism around the globe --
Original monotheism and Christian apologetics.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Winfried Corduan.
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In the nineteenth century academic world a stormy debate took shape over the origin of religion. Scholars explored the ancient languages of mythology and then considered evolutionary anthropology. A dominant view emerged that religion began with animism -- the reverent honoring of spirits -- and from there evolved into higher forms, from polytheism on to monotheism. However, scholars Andrew Lang and Wilhem Schmidt contended there were cultures throughout the world -- pygmy people in Africa and Asia, certain Australian Aboriginal groups and Native American tribes -- that originated as monotheistic, acknowledging the existence of one supreme God who created the world and holds people accountable for living morally upright lives. The debate wore on, and Schmidt, a member of the Catholic order and a priest, was accused (without evidence) of letting his faith interpret the facts. By the mid-twentieth century a silent consensus formed among scholars not to discuss the origin and evolution of religion any further. The discoveries of Lang and Schmidt have since been largely ignored. However, the evidence on which these scholars based their conclusion of monotheism is still out there. In the Beginning God attempts to educate Christians about the debate on this topic, the facts that were accepted and those that were ignored, and the use to which Christians can put all of this material in making a case for the truth of Christianity.

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