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by Edward Gibbon
Author: Edward Gibbon
Publisher: Penguin Books; Later Printing edition (September 6, 2005)
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Edward Gibbon does touch on this Biblical idea of Jesus returning during the lifetime of the disciples. Charismatics believe spiritual gifts to have continued.
Edward Gibbon does touch on this Biblical idea of Jesus returning during the lifetime of the disciples. Clearly this did not happen. I think the footnote mentioning Grotius is worth looking into further. Gibbon argued the notion of Christians and the church being able to perform exorcisms of demons, healings and even resurrections would have attracted converts. The power of prayer effect is worth keeping in mind too.
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Throughout history, some books have changed th. .Edward Gibbon uses a rational approach to this study, and probably for when he wrote it in the 18th Century, would most certainly roused a few peoples feathers as he is openly quite cutting and critical against organised religion, although towards the final few pages of the pamphlet he describes that originally Christianity was meant for the poor, meek, beggars, women and.
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