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Putting Away Childish Things: The Virgin Birth, the Empty Tomb, and Other Fairy Tales You Don't Need to Believe to Have a Living F By Uta Ranke-Heinemann Putting Away Childish Things The Virgin Birth the Empty Tomb and Other Fairy Tales You Don t Need to Believe to Have a Living F This work challenges the basic assumptions of conventional Christianity and opens up a new vision of Christian faith grounded in critical thinking historical realism and allegiance to Jesus s messag
  • Title: Putting Away Childish Things: The Virgin Birth, the Empty Tomb, and Other Fairy Tales You Don't Need to Believe to Have a Living F
  • Author: Uta Ranke-Heinemann
  • ISBN: 9780060668617
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Paperback
  • Putting Away Childish Things: The Virgin Birth, the Empty Tomb, and Other Fairy Tales You Don't Need to Believe to Have a Living F By Uta Ranke-Heinemann This work challenges the basic assumptions of conventional Christianity and opens up a new vision of Christian faith, grounded in critical thinking, historical realism and allegiance to Jesus s message of freedom and hope.
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    1. Uta Ranke-Heinemann

      Uta Ranke Heinemann is a German formerly christian theologian, academic and author She holds the nondenominational chair of History of Religion at University of Essen in Essen, her birthplace She is also the daughter of the former president of Germany, Gustav Heinemann.Having started as a Catholic theologian, she became the first female professor of Catholic theology in 1970 In 1987 she lost her missio canonica over her rejection of aspects of Catholic dogma, and in 2001 she left the Catholic Church and Christianity entirely by publicly rejecting the divine nature of both the Bible and Jesus.

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    1. While it comes from a Germanic, Catholic point of view, the research and scholarship is pretty dead on I m well versed in most of the topics covered, and only came across a couple of explicit errors, easily fixable with a general check This aside, most of the book should be scary to the novel Christian Catholic who takes for granted simple theology, as this book takes each subject and tears it apart, using both historical and scientific findings, or by mere common sense deducing I d highly recom [...]


    2. If your faith in Jesus Christ depends upon the Bible being inerrant and literally true in every respect, this book will either completely anger you or shake you to your core I have not believed the Bible to be inerrant or completely accurate for a long time I have read too much about how it came to be compiled to believe that.Yet I believe very strongly in God and remain a very imperfect follower of Jesus This book examines in exquisite detail the inaccuracies , inconsistencies and improbability [...]


    3. This is an extremely important book Everyone, especially those who grew up in a religious house, should read this Gave me a completely different perspective on the formation of Christianity.


    4. Origins of many Christian beliefs and where they came from The author claims they are not essential to the real meaning of Jesus message.



    5. Uta Ranke Heinemann is a German theologian who examines in detail the many contradictions in the New Testament, in particular its portrayal of women If you want a scholarly in depth look at how the New Testament was created and put together, this is it.



    6. Witty and very informative With the last two pages removed, this book would be a straight up atheist debunking of Christianity.



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