Not Paul, but Jesus

Voorkant
The Floating Press, 1 feb. 2014 - 411 pagina's
Philosopher and scholar Jeremy Bentham played an important role in the early formation of judicial philosophy and philosophy of law. He is also credited as playing a key part in the development of the moral philosophy known as utilitarianism, in which an action's justness is judged based on its ability to have a positive impact on the greatest number of people. Bentham brings both of these domains to bear in this fascinating look at the Apostle Paul.
 

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Editors Preface
4
Introduction
13
Plan of the Work
17
Table I Outward Conversion
22
Chapter I
28
Table II Paul Disbelieved
94
Chapter II
108
Chapter III
148
Chapter VIII
251
Chapter IX
267
Chapter X
286
Chapter XI
306
Chapter XII
324
Chapter XIII
340
Chapter XIV
378
Chapter XV
386

Chapter IV
171
Chapter V
211
Chapter VI
218
Chapter VII
232
Chapter XVI
404
Endnotes
410
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