The River Of God: A New History of Christian Origins by Gregory J. Riley

The River Of God: A New History of Christian Origins

byGregory J. Riley

Paperback | March 4, 2003

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Where did Christianity come from?

Acclaimed author Gregory Riley embarks on a remarkable journey in this readable and persuasive account of the origins of Christianity. Riley demonstrates that early Christians held widely differing beliefs about God, Jesus, the Devil, and the human soul, and follows these beliefs back to their sources in Greek science and philosophy and the religions of the ancient Middle East. An expert on the context in which Christianity arose, Riley maps out a new understanding of the forging of Christianity, and conveys a vital message for today about the true nature of Christian faith as inherently diverse.

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Gregory Riley, Ph.D., educated at Harvard University, is professor of NewTestament and Early Christianity at the Claremont School of Theology in California and the author of the acclaimed One Jesus, Many Christs.
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Title:The River Of God: A New History of Christian OriginsFormat:PaperbackPublished:March 4, 2003Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060669802

ISBN - 13:9780060669805

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“Deserves the same attention accorded to other works by Christians who understand that religious navigators must always be sensitive to the shifting currents of historical and cultural change.” (Arkansas Democrat-Gazette)