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Anyway Minucius Felix may be said to stand alone in denouncing the symbol of the cross as non-Christian. And as even he expresses veneration for the figure of the cross, and must have approved of the sign of the cross in the initiatory rite of baptism, that denunciation evidently applied only to material representations of the cross.
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Midway through the book, The Non-Christian Cross book Greek, Hebrew, and Latin pronouns and appellations used thousands of times indicating Pages: The book The Non-Christian Cross, by J. Parsons (London, ), says: “There is not a single sentence in any of the numerous writings forming the New Testament, which, in the original Greek, bears even indirect evidence to the effect that the stauros used in the case of Jesus was other than an ordinary stauros; much less to the effect that it consisted, not of one piece of.
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Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important. (Exodus5; 1 Corinthians ) With very good reason, therefore, true Christians do not use the cross in worship.
^ par. 5 For a more detailed discussion of the cross, see pages of the book The Non-Christian Cross book From the Scriptures, published by Jehovah’s Witnesses. S PREFACE.
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HERE is the full transcript of the book THE NON-CHRISTIAN CROSS: AN ENQUIRY INTO IT'S ORIGIN AND HISTORY by John Denham Parsons This is a fascinating book for anyone interested in the early history of the church and the origins of its symbols, particularly the cross (with some surprising answers) and is written in very accessible.
Parsons' book The Non-Christian Cross () argued that the Christian cross symbol is not Christian in origin. He was a member of the Society for Psychical Research. Parsons authored a page book The Nature and Purpose of the Universe on philosophy and psychical research, published in Born:South Stoneham, Hampshire, England.
The Non-Christian Cross: An Enquiry into the Origin and History of the Symbol Eventually Adopted as That of Our Religion really liked it avg /5. The book The Non-Christian Cross, by J. Parsons (London, ), says: “There is not a single sentence in any of the numerous writings forming the New Testament, which, in the original Greek, bears even indirect evidence to the effect that the stauros used in the case of Jesus was other than an ordinary stauros; much less to the effect that.
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The book The Non-Christian Cross adds: “There is not a single sentence in any of the numerous writings forming the New Testament, which, in the original Greek, bears even indirect evidence to the effect that the stauros used in the case of Jesus was other than an ordinary stauros [pole or stake]; much less to the effect that it consisted, not.
This is a list of Christian cross Christian cross, with or without a figure of Christ included, is the main religious symbol of Christianity.A cross with a figure of Christ affixed to it is termed a crucifix and the figure is often referred to as the corpus (Latin for "body").
The term Greek cross designates a cross with arms of equal length, as in a plus sign, while the Latin. The book The Non-Christian Cross, by J.
Parsons, explains: “There is not a single sentence in any of the numerous writings forming the New Testament, which, in the original Greek, bears even indirect evidence to the effect that the stauros used in the case of Jesus was other than an ordinary stauros; much less to the effect that it.
The death of Christ on a cross necessarily conferred a new significance on the figure [of the cross], which had hitherto been associated with a conception of religion not merely non-Christian, but in its essence often directly opposed to it.
We will now consider the testimony of these early non-Christian witnesses to the life of Jesus. Flavius Josephus (A.D. )Apart from the New Testament, the earliest testimony of Jesus that has survived is from the Jewish writer Flavius Josephus.
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The Bible Yes, I know this one may be obvious, but it is really the foundational truth upon which all else is based. Cross, the principal symbol of the Christian religion, recalling the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ and the redeeming benefits of his Passion and death. The cross is thus a sign both of Christ himself and of the faith of Christians.
In ceremonial usage, making a sign of the cross may be, according to the context, an act of profession of faith, a prayer, a dedication, or a benediction. The Christian cross, seen as a representation of the instrument of the crucifixion of Jesus, is the best-known symbol of Christianity.
It is related to the crucifix (a cross that includes a corpus, usually a three-dimensional representation of Jesus' body) and to the more general family of cross symbols, the term cross itself being detached from the original specifically Christian. The book which comes closest to being on such a list though is Prayer by Philip Yancey, though I think I would be more likely to recommend that to a "young Christian" (young meaning rather new) rather than to a non-Christian.
His motive was questioned by some. “He acted rather as if he were converting Christianity into what he thought most likely to be accepted by his subjects as a catholic [universal] religion, than as if he had been converted to the teachings of Jesus the Nazarene,” says the book The Non-Christian Cross.
—The Cross in Ritual, Architecture, and Art, p. Thus in a very subtle way, through the influence of a sun-worshiping ruler, the non-Christian cross came to be accepted by professed Christians. After being led to adopt the cross as a sacred symbol, professed Christians began depicting the body of one crucified thereon.
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Okay, Jonathan, here is my most recent thinking about why a measured use of wide reading, including non-Christian authors, is a wise thing. I call it the reality factor. When I am reading the Bible, there are dozens and dozens of experiences and concepts and words that I can fly right over without pausing to contemplate the reality behind the.
So, I am not alone in describing what a non-Christian, bible-based cult is. Nevertheless, what makes something non-Christian is when it denies the essential doctrines of the Bible. The Deity of Christ, which involves The Trinity; the Resurrection, and; Salvation by Grace; All of them add to the finished work of Jesus on the cross.
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