Jezus Ignacego Radlińskiego na tle XIX-wiecznych ujęć religioznawczych
AbstractIn the text a few remarks of both reflection of the Polish specialist in religious studies and the historian of Ignacy Radliński (1843–1920) were presented about the Jesus of the Christ. The scholar has often summoned, in various stages of the creative activity, this figure and made attempts of her original interpretation, sometimes quite polemical in view of interpretation included in work of some researchers 19th and of beginning of the 20th century, especially belonging to the so-called group of ”mythomaniacs”, introducing the author of the Christianity in categories of the myth, putting him in one row with the Herkules, Ozyrys and Bachus. Large erudition characteristic of Radliński, bringing him closer to the manner of the conduct of research and the scientific reliability of Adolf Harnack, isn’t killing in it what is worth stressing, a passion for learning, abilities of admiring and surprising, characteristic of Alfred Loisy. A lot Harnack is pointing at the fact that scientific work of the Polish researcher is placing itself exactly between the writing and Loisy.
|Other language title versions||Jesus of Ignacy Radliński relating to 19th-century religious study presentations|
|Journal series||Studia Redemptorystowskie, ISSN 1731-710X, (B 9 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in Polish||Jezus Chrystus, Mesjasz, Bóg Ojciec, Duch Święty, chrześcijaństwo, szatan, mit|
|Keywords in English||Jesus Christ, Messiah, God the Father, Holy Spirit, Christianity, satan, myth|
|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score|| = 9.0, ArticleFromJournal|
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