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Outlines of the Life of Our Lord

by Gigot, Francis Ernest

St. John's Boston Ecclesiastical Seminary 1896–1897

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Overview

Outlines of the Life of Our Lord was written as a compliment to the narratives of the Gospels. It relies on the fruits of archeological and historical research to provide the context for Christ’s earthly life. The work describes the political reality in Palestine, the forms of social and religious organization among the Jews, Jews religious practices, as well as the geography, both political and natural, of the region at the time of the Incarnation. It follows the narrative of the gospel events as depicted in traditional Catholic devotions, providing historical context as well as traditional commentary.

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Key Features

  • Introduction to the gospel narrative
  • Preliminary remarks
  • General index and a map of Palestine

Product Details

  • Title: Outlines of the Life of Our Lord
  • Author: F. E. C. Gigot
  • Publisher: St. John’s Boston Ecclesiastical Seminary
  • Publication Date: 1896
  • Pages: 246

About F. E. C. Gigot

F. E. C. Gigot was the Mooney Professor of the Sacred Scriptures at St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie, New York. He is the author of Outlines of Jewish History and General Introduction to the Study of the Holy Scriptures.