I See Satan Fall Like Lightning

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Gracewing Publishing, 2001 - Myth - 199 pages
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User Review  - Peter Brick - Goodreads

This is a different perspective of the Gospels. He reads them as an an anthropologist and has some fascinating theological conclusions about the ministry of Jesus. Read full review

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User Review  - Chris Waddle - Goodreads

Great book to open up the meaning of the Gospel for contemporary persons. Girard gives us a helpful theory of who we are as human beings and what is human society before any God talk is introduced. I ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
The Uniqueness of the Bible
103
The Uniqueness of the Gospels
121
The Triumph of the Cross
137
Scapegoat
154
The Modern Concern for Victims
161
The Twofold Nietzschean Heritage
170
Conclusion
182
Index
195
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About the author (2001)

Rene Girard is Professor Emeritus of French at Stanford University. He is the author of many books, including" Violence and the Sacred "(1977)," The Scapegoat "(1986)," Job: The Victim of His People "(Stanford, 1987)," Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World "(Stanford, 1987), and" I See Satan Fall Like Lightning "(2001).

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