The Gentile and the Jew in the Courts of the Temple of Christ (2 vols.)
Gibbings & Co. 1906
These works explore the historical context surrounding the dawn of Christianity, outlining the religious systems, philosophies, and cultural habits of the various pagan belief systems present at that time in an effort to better understand how Christianity developed and what cultural obstacles it had to overcome. Spanning from the first century before Christ to approximately AD 160, Döllinger’s work examines both the antagonism toward Christianity and the cultural and intellectual foundations that enabled its progression.
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- Title: The Gentile and the Jew in the Courts of the Temple of Christ
- Author: J. J. I. Döllinger
- Publisher: London, Gibbings & Company
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 1,012
About J. J. I. Döllinger
J. J. I. Döllinger(1799–1890) was a Catholic priest in Germany. A theologian, author, and church historian, Döllinger is known for his rejection of papal infallibility and his contribution to the development of the Old Catholic Church.