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by Tom O'Golo

eBook Christ? No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life download ISBN: 0953252000
Author: Tom O'Golo
Publisher: Zimbo Press (March 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 200
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Christ? No! Jesus? Yes! book.

Christ? No! Jesus? Yes! book.

A radical reappraisal of the New Testament with evidence supporting Jesuanism, not Pauline Christianity.

No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life (2011), p. 7. Tom O'Golo, in Christ? No! Jesus? Yes!

No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life (2011), p. 72. Jesus was living and promotin. narchism: spiritual and political anarchism. It has always suited authority to picture anarchists as men in cloaks and big hats planting bombs with the aim of destroying society. Tom O'Golo, in Christ? No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life (2011), p. 123. Jesus was an anarchist. Quite simply and clearly: anarchism is rules without rulers. 128.

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Christ? No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life. p. 105. Further reading. Roland Chia (2006) Radical Discipleship: Reflections on the Sermon on the Mount. Andrew W. McThenia Jr.

Tom O'Golo, in Christ? No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life (2011), p. 32. Tags: actions, alternative, anarchist, conventions, dared, Establishment, flouted, Jesus.

No! Jesus? Yes!: A radical reappraisal of a very important life. Encyclopedia Article. Bible, Book of Revelation, Acts of the Apostles, Vulgate, Martin Luther. 81. ^ Paulus, der Apostel Jesu Christi (Eng trans. Holland, Tom. Contours of Pauline Theology: A Radical New Survey on the Influences of Paul's Biblical Writings 2004 ISBN 1-85792-469-X. The Mythmaker: Paul and the Invention of Christianity 1986 ISBN 0-06-015582-5.

Tom O’Golo surmised that natural disasters such as the ending of the most recent ice age obliged many Britons to. .For example, O'Golo ignores the fact that when the mob screaming for Christ's crucifixion yelled "We have no king but Caesar. the mob was actually insulting Pilate and Caesar.

Tom O’Golo surmised that natural disasters such as the ending of the most recent ice age obliged many Britons to migrate, taking their strictly science-based religion with them. That's because anyone with a basic understanding of the Roman Empire knows that "King" was, to the Romans, an insulting term, equivalent to using the title "Fuhrer" today.

This is Professor Tom O’Golo’s final book. As a devout believer in both God & Science (which he regarded as either sides of the same coin) Prof. Tom began from first principles this study into the decline of genuine religion. As a true radical he got down to the root of the problem, locating the cause in the simple fact that Jesus, as with the prophets of other religions, didn’t intend to found one - and certainly would neither recognise nor be recognised by the man-made muddles that we see today. 8. Paul had no qualms calling Peter a hypocrite (Galatians 2:13) when the latter disagreed with Paul's interpretation of the gospel to the Gentiles. Again this shows that the disciples and Paul did not get along at all. Paul's Attitude towards Peter and James Changes, becomes Adversarial. We don't have Matthew's diaries of how he went about collecting and arranging his material.