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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Dazzlingly good and utterly convincing. The Fall and the Ascent of Man is an important book that could revolutionize Christian thinking on sin and salvation and go a long way towards demonstrating the complete compatibility of the Bible with the scientific theory of evolution. . . . His argument is based closely on scripture and supported by modern developments in textual analysis, anthropology, and theology. Written in clear, jargon-free language and cogently argued, the book will be read not only by theologians but by many within and beyond the Church with no specialist knowledge of theology who simply wish to acquire a better understanding of that strange anomaly, the human animal. -Vivienne Blackburn, Ph.D., author of Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Simone Weil: A Study in Christian Responsiveness. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: In this groundbreaking work, Joseph Fitzpatrick challenges the traditional interpretation of chapter three of Genesis: the story of Adam and Eve in Eden. This narrative was imposed on the Christian West, but not the East, through the genius of Augustine of Hippo and came to dominate Catholic and Protestant theology. Fitzpatrick points to weaknesses in Augustine?s interpretation of the Genesis story before providing a revolutionary interpretation of his own. Fitzpatrick claims that this story is about nothing less than hominisation. Far from being an account of the original sin against God, it is in fact a symbolic tale about the ascent of a hominid couple to full human consciousness.

Aided by modern anthropology, Fitzpatrick is able to enter into the mentality of the ancient Hebrews and adopt a literary approach to the biblical text by comparing it with the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh. In The Fall and the Ascent of Man, he clears away the clutter of centuries and lets us see the famous tale for what it is: the story of the emergence of humankind on the face of the earth, first in nature, then in history. This book provides the key for a new interpretation of the early chapters of Genesis within a new understanding of Judaeo-Christian salvation history. By offering a biblical account of human sinfulness, Fitzpatrick hopes to draw Western theology closer to that of the Orthodox East and point the way forward for Christian theology in the twenty-first century.

L'autore: Joseph Fitzpatrick is a retired member of Her Majesty?s Inspectorate of Schools (HMI). He lives in West Yorkshire, England.

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Descrizione libro University Press of America, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 226 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In this groundbreaking work, Joseph Fitzpatrick challenges the traditional interpretation of chapter three of Genesis: the story of Adam and Eve in Eden. This narrative was imposed on the Christian West, but not the East, through the genius of Augustine of Hippo and came to dominate Catholic and Protestant theology. Fitzpatrick points to weaknesses in Augustine s interpretation of the Genesis story before providing a revolutionary interpretation of his own. Fitzpatrick claims that this story is about nothing less than hominisation. Far from being an account of the original sin against God, it is in fact a symbolic tale about the ascent of a hominid couple to full human consciousness. Aided by modern anthropology, Fitzpatrick is able to enter into the mentality of the ancient Hebrews and adopt a literary approach to the biblical text by comparing it with the Babylonian Epic of Gilgamesh. In The Fall and the Ascent of Man, he clears away the clutter of centuries and lets us see the famous tale for what it is: the story of the emergence of humankind on the face of the earth, first in nature, then in history. This book provides the key for a new interpretation of the early chapters of Genesis within a new understanding of Judaeo-Christian salvation history. By offering a biblical account of human sinfulness, Fitzpatrick hopes to draw Western theology closer to that of the Orthodox East and point the way forward for Christian theology in the twenty-first century. Codice libro della libreria AAZ9780761857549

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