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Edu-Pale en Monte de Jesu a senta de Jesu-relijon.

Jesu-relijion (Jesuism) a edu de Jesu. Si e ota de Kerusa-relijon[1][2][3].

Tari

En 1878, libera-pensa-man an ante-tempo Shaker D. M. Bennett i note ke "Jesu-relijon", ota de "Paulo-relijon", a Bon Mesaje de-i edu de Pedro, Jon an James, an Mesia-edu de nu relijon[4]. En 1894, Frank Seaver Billings i dire ke "Jesu-relijon" a "Kristo-relijon de Bon Mesaje" an filoso de edu de Jesu[5][6]. En 1909, note "Modern Christianity Not Jesusism" i apara en nu-pape Signs of the Times a, ve si e de-i note:

"Kristo-relijon de nun a no Kristo-relijon de begin. Si a no Jesu-relijon, ka si a no relijon ke Jesu i edu. Nun a tempo u no tempo go-i make a Kristo-relijon a relijon ke Si i edu an uben?"[7]

Bouck White, deo-siensa-man de Harvard, i note en 1911 ke "Jesu-relijon" a "relijon ke Jesu i edu"[8]. Lord Ernest Hamilton i note en 1912 ke "Jesu-relijon i amo a ota popula an Deo"[9]. Filoso de Jesu-relijon de-i saga en note The Naked Truth of Jesusism from Oriental Manuscripts[10], de-i note de Lyman Fairbanks George en 1914:

  • Si e go-i toma baka a Jesu dire go si begin pura-neso.
  • Si e go-i toma eki de Bon Mesaje a pensa de Senta Aje.
  • Si e go-i relate a mala pensa de-i revela de nea-tempo fosi-siensa etudi.
  • Si e go-i demo a Jesu de ekonomi mira-punto.
  • Si e go-i rompe via vudu de Univesa Keredo-Tupe.
  • Si e go-i sono a siren de keredo-rompe via Jesu-relijon[11].

Deo-siensa-man Sergei Bulgakov i note en 1935 ke "de-i senta en Jesu solo, ota relijon de-i savi sama Jesu-relijon i ave veni". Karl Rahner, Katolika deo-siensa-man, i refere go Jesu-relijon sama "en-i senta a ego en viva de Jesu, no en Deo u en Kristo Santi-Kasa"[12]. Edu-man Lindsay Falvey i note en 2009 ke "tari de Bon Mesaje i muta so mui de edu de Kristo Santi-Kasa ke si i kan a ota relijon—Jesu-relijon. En 2007, Owen Flanagan en si note The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World, i pale de Jesu-relijon sama "mesaje de Jesu" an si i note ke "si i voka a si 'Jesu-relijon' ka mui Kristo-Santi Kasa no sige a Mesaje de Jesu"[13]. Flanagan i tema a Jesu-relijon sama natura-tenden an rason-tenden o filoso, en-i eki-jeti a bata inta fide an siensa.

Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, en si note de 2009 de-i name Commutation Across the Social Divide i pale de moda ke Kristo-relijon i separa de Jesu-relijon[14].

Keredo

A no keredo sera de Jesu-relijon. Popula ke keredo a da, no favo a ofisi Kerusa-relijon de Paulo. Popula i mira se tu e sama segi-man de Jesu, tu no e sama segi-man de ofisi relijon.

Refere

  1. Owen J. Flanagan. The Really Hard Problem: Meaning in a Material World. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2007. p.36
  2. Edgar Dewitt Jones. Paul the Stranger. Abilene: Voice of Jesus, 2003 (online transcription).
  3. Douglas J. Del Tondo. Jesus' Words Only. San Diego: Infinity Publishing, 2006. p.19
  4. D. M. Bennett. The Champions of the Church: Their crimes and persecutions, p. 84. «The Progress of Jesuism»
  5. Frank S. Billings (1894). How shall the rich escape?, Arena Publishing, p. 231. «Emphatically I affirm, not my belief, but my certain knowledge. There is no God»
  6. Frank S. Billings (1894). How shall the rich escape?, Arena Publishing, p. 42. «Jesusism, or the Christianity of the Gospels, which we think can be attributed directly to the teachings of Jesus the Nazarene...There is but one standard to follow; that is, the utterances directly attributed to Jesus, particularly the celebrated Sermon on the Mount.»
  7. "Modern Christianity Not Jesusism." Signs of the Times Vol. 24 No. 25. Melbourne: Signs Publishing Company Limited, June 21, 1909.
  8. Bouck White. The Call of the Carpenter. USA: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1911. p.314.
  9. Lord Ernest Hamilton (1912). Involution, pp. 169 and 180. «Jeusism»
  10. George, Lyman Fairbanks (July 12, 1914). The naked truth of Jesusism from Oriental manuscripts. Pittsburgh, Pa., The George book publishing company. Retrieved on July 12, 2021.
  11. Lyman F. George. The Naked Truth of Jesusism from Oriental Manuscripts. George Company, Pittsburg, 1914. p. 31
  12. Declan Marmion, Mary E. Hines. The Cambridge companion to Karl Rahner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. p.166
  13. John L. Falvey. Buddhist-Christian dialogue: Four Papers from the Parliament of the World's Religions. Melbourne, 2009. pp.10-12
  14. Rodney Stenning Edgecombe (2009). "Commutation Across the Social Divide", p. 33. "Christianity derives from the Greek adjective "christos" ("anointed")…This shifted focus from what he preached (moral tenets that ought properly to be called "Jesuism") to what subsequent commentators, Paul of Tarsus among them, made of his violent death" 


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