The Gospel According to Spiritism [Allan kardec] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Allan Kardec (French: [kaʁdɛk]) is the pen name of the. The Gospel According to Spiritism by Allan Kardec, is a book published in that relates the teachings of Jesus to Kardecist Spiritism, the moral and religious . The Gospel According to Spiritism – Allan Kardec The Gospel (Explained by the Spiritist Doctrine) contains the explanation for the moral maxims of Christ, their.
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Kardec was a devoted Catholic and a dedicated teacher disciple of Pestalozzi before his contact with Spiritism. As the entirety of the message of Christ cannot be easily grasped from the aplan texts about his life, Kardec argues that instead of handpicking the details, we should pay more attention to his teachings and more significant deeds.
Spiritism Books about spirituality. It is one of the five fundamental works of Kardecist Spiritism.
The Gospel According to Spiritism
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The first 27 are each dedicated to dissecting one particular verse of the Gospels and the last one is a collection of prayers inspired by elevated spirits.
This is what he tries to do in this book.
These observations are followed by 27 doctrinal chapters which are comments on quotes of Christ. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
The second item argues that Spiritism is based on the highest and truer Christian morality: Retrieved from ” https: It is intended to demonstrate that Spiritism clarifies and extends the most important teachings of Jesus. The last chapter is a collection of prayers channeled by elevated spirits, intended as examples of how we are supposed to pray.
The book attracted a lot of reaction from the Catholic Church and was indexed added to the List of Prohibited Books. The book, the best documented and the most organised of the five fundamental works of Kardecist Spiritism, contains one introductory part and 28 chapters.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The fourth part explains that even before Christ theories similar to Spiritism could be found in the Greek philosophynotably in Socrates and Plato Spiritists have both philosophers in high esteem and consider them as precursors of Christ. Kardec also argues that what makes the spiritist doctrine reliable is that it is not self-contradictory: The first item of the introduction argues that the currently existing translations of the Gospels were imperfect and kardev effectively unintelligible without proper relation to scholarly research about the culture and the customs of the peoples of the Middle-East.
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Therefore, the first part of the Gospel According to Spiritism is dedicated to a series of observations and clarifications intended to situate its arguments and doctrine so that those more familiar with exegesis would find their way throughout it more easily.
The third part is a rough guide to the Gospels, explaining the meaning of foreign concepts and new words only found there. He looked forward to basing his teachings in solid biblical knowledge, as well as the messages he received from his guiding spirits. This article does not cite any sources. Articles lacking sources from September All articles kwrdec sources.