Gospel fictions

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Prometheus Books, 1988 - Religion - 154 pages
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Looking at theology as literature, Helms analyzes the most familiar and powerful stories about Jesus. He reveals that the gospels are works of narrative art, contrived and creative interpretations; the supreme fictions of our culture.

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User Review  - Greg - Goodreads

Fascinating overview of the creation of much of the narratives in the New Testament gospels. Though it is a fairly short book, and only analyses a select few passages, Helms shows, how starting with ... Read full review

Review: Gospel Fictions

User Review  - Goodreads

Fascinating overview of the creation of much of the narratives in the New Testament gospels. Though it is a fairly short book, and only analyses a select few passages, Helms shows, how starting with ... Read full review

Contents

IV
61
Miracles II
83
VI
101
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About the author (1988)

Helms, a professor at Arizona State University in Tempe, teaches courses in Bible as Literature, World Literature, and 19th Century Romantic Literature.

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