Luke the physician and other studies in the history of religion.

By: Ramsay, William Mitchell, Sir, 1851-1939Publication details: London, Hodder and Stoughton [1908]Description: xiv, 418 p. illSubject(s): Luke, Saint | Bible. N.T. -- History | Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 | Religion -- HistoryLOC classification: BR142 | .R3NLM classification: BR 142
Contents:
I. Luke the physician.--II. The oldest written gospel.--III. Asia Minor: the country and its religion.-- IV. The Orthodox Church in the Byzantine Empire.--V. The peasant god: the creation, destruction and restoration of agriculture in Asia Minor.--VI. The religion of the Hittite sculptures at Boghaz-Keui.--VII. The morning star and the chronology of the life of Christ.--VIII. A criticism of recent research regarding the New Testament.--IX. The historical geography of the Holy Land.--X. St. Paul's use of metaphors drawn from Greek and Roman life.--XI. The date and authorship of the epistle to the Hebrews.--XII. The church of Lycaonia in the fourth century.
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Twelve papers which appeared in various magazines.

I. Luke the physician.--II. The oldest written gospel.--III. Asia Minor: the country and its religion.-- IV. The Orthodox Church in the Byzantine Empire.--V. The peasant god: the creation, destruction and restoration of agriculture in Asia Minor.--VI. The religion of the Hittite sculptures at Boghaz-Keui.--VII. The morning star and the chronology of the life of Christ.--VIII. A criticism of recent research regarding the New Testament.--IX. The historical geography of the Holy Land.--X. St. Paul's use of metaphors drawn from Greek and Roman life.--XI. The date and authorship of the epistle to the Hebrews.--XII. The church of Lycaonia in the fourth century.