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Baptism by fire represents the final initiation which reveals to Pneumatic initiates their true identity as the Universal Daemon, the Logos, the Christ within, the Light-power. Such an initiate has reached Gnosis. Psychic Christians had experienced the first baptism by water and been initiated into the Outer Mysteries of Christianity. They understood the story of Jesus as an historical account of a person who literally returned from the dead.
Pneumatic Christians had experienced the second baptism of air holy breath or holy spirit and been initiated into the secret Inner Mysteries of Christianity. They understood the Jesus story as an allegorical myth encoding teachings about the spiritual path travelled by each initiate. Gnostics had experienced the final baptism of fire and realized their identity as the Christ the Logos or Universal Daemon. Then, along came the Roman church. Aug 31, Steve Werner rated it really liked it. I learned a lot from this book. My biggest gripe is that the authors come across as snarky, and are extremely liberal with their exclamation marks.
People tend to say that showing some myth or story to be symbolic, or highly similar to other myths, disproves any sort of literalist interpretation of that story. For instance, in The Jesus Mysteries they make a very convincing argument that the stories of Jesus from the gospels are rehashes of older allegories from other traditions Osiris, Mythras I learned a lot from this book. For instance, in The Jesus Mysteries they make a very convincing argument that the stories of Jesus from the gospels are rehashes of older allegories from other traditions Osiris, Mythras, Adonis etc I can see why people come to this conclusion, but I don't think things are so black and white.
It's possible that there was a real Jesus, whom many of his contemporary jews considered the messiah. There are other instances of this happening in the history of Judaism. Perhaps the man Jesus if he existed purposely was trying to mimic these allegories, or fulfill these prophecies that were written of in the older texts.
Or perhaps the Church of Rome took the original stories of Jesus and doctored them to match these pagan ish dying god myths. Still, the similarities with these 'dying god' myths or most certainly there, and I learned a great deal about these various traditions as well as early Christianity from this book.
Dec 14, Mike rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is the best book I've found that explains Christianity's place in the pantheon of world religions. The authors start with the question of whether it's possible that Jesus was not, in fact, the true son of God. They examine the evidence of numerous god-men that preceded Jesus, each living pretty much the exact same life: They go on to explore the role of the New Testament as a handbook for th This is the best book I've found that explains Christianity's place in the pantheon of world religions.
They go on to explore the role of the New Testament as a handbook for the latest at the time in a series of mystery religions. They explore the eventual corruption of the Jesus myth, from its combination with the Jewish messiah prophecy and adoption of the Old Testament to the rise of a strict literal interpretation as the one true Christianity. The section about its early history is interesting, though a bit brief. In the end, the authors condemn the early Christians for launching "a cultural revolution that laid waste the ancient wonders and achievements of Paganism, setting Western civilization back 1, years.
Apr 04, Steve rated it it was amazing. This is one of the most important books I have ever read. If you have wondered what the real story was at the time Christianity began, and why it has not translated very well through the centuries, this explains it. For everyone that thought the bible was allegorical and not literal, this explains why it unfolded the way it did.
This is a magnificent piece of work. I read the sequel before this, and I like this one better. Jan 17, Sally rated it really liked it Shelves: Presents Jesus as the central figure of the Hebrew dying-and-rising savior myth so common in the ancient Mediterranean world; debunks historical Christian claims; modern gnostic approach.
May 02, Chuck rated it really liked it Shelves: May 28, Carla rated it really liked it. Are the writings in the New Testament actual eyewitness accounts. Did Jesus really live? Questions many of us have asked over the years as we studied the texts and learned more of t he ancient gods. The authors come to their own conclusion from the evidence gathered and invite you to use what Creator gave you and think for yourself. Jul 12, etherealfire rated it it was amazing.
My paperback; read this in the early aughts. Jul 11, Michael rated it did not like it.
Jul 04, Mark Colenutt rated it it was amazing. The origins of Christianity are something that are taken for granted and therefore are rarely if ever questioned. That is if you are not a Gnostic or Jewish by descent. And yet the source of primitive Christianity is one of the most illuminating and fascinating histories to follow.
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What do we know of the mystical numbers that the ancient Greeks and wrote down in the oldest surviving biblical text from which all others have been translated and what too of the Virgin Mary, was that really her descr The origins of Christianity are something that are taken for granted and therefore are rarely if ever questioned.
What do we know of the mystical numbers that the ancient Greeks and wrote down in the oldest surviving biblical text from which all others have been translated and what too of the Virgin Mary, was that really her description or was their a typo in the ancient translator's script? The more often you repeat something the more likely it is to be become truth, or Gospel in this instance.
The list of revelations goes on. If your interest was tweaked by the film Agora then it will be satisfied and amazed by this book. Christianity began in Egypt and that is why the Coptic Orthodox Church is there, so what else do we have to learn? The short answer is probably everything Oct 31, John Herceg rated it it was amazing.
Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy collaborate to write this nonfiction elaboration of the ancient Pagan Mystery cults and how they relate to modern Christianity. With careful attention to detail, these two authors explain the traditions in existence during the arrival of the early Christian Church and the process by which the Church uprooted them. Freke and Gandy write with an authorial voice while sharing information, discovered through their research, that has been lost to the ages sometimes inte Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy collaborate to write this nonfiction elaboration of the ancient Pagan Mystery cults and how they relate to modern Christianity.
Freke and Gandy write with an authorial voice while sharing information, discovered through their research, that has been lost to the ages sometimes intentionally covered and hidden from society and remains unknown to most. Due to the controversial nature of their findings, some may consider this book a heresy, but its importance to the religious discourse is paramount. As a writer, I appreciated and took note, the great amount of work that went into writing this book.
All of the authors' claims are well documented and easily accessible for verification with footnotes. Oct 11, Susan Janke rated it it was amazing. I found this book fascinating to read. I have spent a lot of time teaching myself about ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, etc. I am not convinced we will ever know what actually happened, but I do find it interesting we know so much more about other spirits, prophets, gods, etc. I also find it disconcerting that the majority of the New Testament is written by Paul, I found this book fascinating to read.
I also find it disconcerting that the majority of the New Testament is written by Paul, a person who never met Jesus, but who claims to fully understand him. I personally believe that it is important to learn as much as we can so we are able to draw our own conclusions on the best available data and not just believe what we are told to believe because that's how it has always been. Dec 08, Cara rated it it was amazing Recommended to Cara by: I really, really, really enjoyed reading this book.
It helped clear a lot of things up that for, well, my whole life, I was confused about; specifically, the supernatural elements to the Jesus story. Not only did it teach me about Christianity, but Paganism as well, and even some history. I like nonfiction books like this that not only explain the "what" and "how" but also the "why" - as in, why is this important to know? I thought it was very well written, with sources to back up the facts simi I really, really, really enjoyed reading this book. I thought it was very well written, with sources to back up the facts similar to a research paper in school, but not so disjointed as the ones I tend to read - the sources and citations flow well with the story-like flow of the book, adding validity to the authors' theory and truly proving the thesis in an entertaining, not just factual, way.
Apr 25, Billy Candelaria rated it it was amazing Shelves: Philippines being a christian country that believes in the dogmas and rituals of the christian church is the usual stuff i grew up with but i tried to make sense of those teachings which for me seems more then the outer form rather than the inner meaning of what christianity.
Oct 11, Jaye rated it really liked it. I am an atheist, but I have always found religious material to be fascinating. I picked up this book on the recommendation of a colleague who considers himself to be a Gnostic rather than a Christian. I can only imagine how this book might be received by a person of faith, because of the controversial subject matter.
The central premise is that there is no historical evidence of Jesus, but there is considerable evidence that early Christianity was cribbed together from a host of pagan Mystery re I am an atheist, but I have always found religious material to be fascinating. The central premise is that there is no historical evidence of Jesus, but there is considerable evidence that early Christianity was cribbed together from a host of pagan Mystery religions, and more evidence that the early Church fathers went to considerable effort to suppress this knowledge.
Some of the information here is old news, but I was impressed with the authors' scholarship as well as their sources. Oct 28, Denise rated it it was amazing Shelves: Christianity turned out to be a continuation of Paganism by another name. This book blows up the concept of Christianity and exposes some painful ideas. Nov 19, Paul rated it really liked it. Jesus Christ was born of a virgin in a stable, crucified on the cross and resurrected 3 days later: I really enjoyed this, an in depth and intelligent look at the links between Christianity, earlier pagan religions and the Gnostic gospels.
Rich in detail and full of interesting facts and interpretations, the one weakness is they overstate their case too often and over extend the similarities to Jesus Christ was born of a virgin in a stable, crucified on the cross and resurrected 3 days later: Rich in detail and full of interesting facts and interpretations, the one weakness is they overstate their case too often and over extend the similarities to make their case. It is also a bit New-Agey at times. These criticisms aside, a very entertaining read.
Mar 02, Joe rated it really liked it Shelves: Freke and Gandy make a compelling argument that the "historical" Jesus never existed. The pagan mystical god "Mithras" among other names was the original pre-Jesus that performed miracles, had 12 disciples, turned water into wine, was crucified and rose from the dead 3 days later, born on Christmas Day, died and reborn at Easter, You will like this book if you read textbooks for fun, or if you like dry, humorless non-fiction.
If this is not you, and you still feel Freke and Gandy make a compelling argument that the "historical" Jesus never existed. Marlene, was there for him throughout his life and now she has dementia. His dedication to her is only one of the many things that demonstrate how sweet he is. This review is mostly a dedication to Brody. I can't help myself, he was a bloody good character.
He wasn't perfect, but he tried his hardest to be a good man and find goodness in other people. Delilah was also pretty cool. She has faced her own challenges and heartbreak, but by the end is stronger and more confident in herself and the relationship between herself and Brody. There are interesting additional characters and some of them I loved. I would like to see Indie get her own story and maybe even Michael too There were a few people and their stories that felt a little unfinished.
I kind of wanted to know what happened to them in the end and wouldn't mind a story for them too. I'm thinking of joining the Vi Keeland fan club too. This will definitely not be my last story by this author. To purchase The Baller from Amazon - http: To see more of my reviews, fashion, food and pervathons View all 52 comments. Jan 22, Beverly rated it really liked it.
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So first chance I got I jumped in. This book is definitely hot, fun and sexy, but I did like how there was more to Brody. I can see why everyone is drawn to Easton. Hell, I was all about some Easton while reading. The back story added so much heart to the story and I was riding this absolute high for the first half of this story. I wish I could say that high continued through to the very end, but the story just really hit a wall for me when another POV was added. I felt it completely took away from the romance between Brody and Delilah.
I feel like the story had so much heart and feels, and this added twist was just took away from them. View all 27 comments. Jan 18, S. West rated it really liked it Shelves: There's a locker room scene early on in the book that was just priceless! Boy, what this girl would have done to be there! Delilah Maddox, professional sportscaster and Brody Easton, famed quarterback, had a lot of chemistry and their humour and 4 "Brody, Brody, Brody! Delilah Maddox, professional sportscaster and Brody Easton, famed quarterback, had a lot of chemistry and their humour and banter was really enjoyable.
Both gave as good as they got. And the secondary characters were fantastic and really added to the story! I just loved Marlene, Indie and Grouper. Heck even little Grouper who had a small part had my attention and let's not forget the security guard, HI! Both Delilah and Brody have past issues with significant loss that help them bond but also leave them with some mighty hurdles to overcome.
Some of these issues are definitely in the past but some These two developed not only a scorching hot connection but also an endearing friendship. For the most part, this book had all the feels I like in a book. I smiled, smirked, swooned and sighed with satisfaction. Without giving too much away, there's an addition of a third POV halfway into the book and I really didn't see the point. Okay, I'll stop now, I got most of my rant out with Maida, poor girl! Overall, this was an enjoyable read and I'm hoping Ms. Keeland gives us more stories with some of the secondary characters.
For instance, Indie just loved that girl and the other players, like maybe Colin the douchebag! If you like sports romances, a sassy heroine, sexy jock, laughter, hot sex and a little angst, you should read this! View all 45 comments. Nov 19, Alba and Her Secrets.. I love Vi Keeland and her stories but I am sorry to say this was not what I was expecting. The Baller is a sports stand-alone novel that tells the story of Brody Easton a very famous football player, a man who has become a playboy after some stuff that happened in his past and now a cocky man who drops the towel around his waist everytime the heroine tries to interview him and Delilah Maddox said sports i 3.
The Baller is a sports stand-alone novel that tells the story of Brody Easton a very famous football player, a man who has become a playboy after some stuff that happened in his past and now a cocky man who drops the towel around his waist everytime the heroine tries to interview him and Delilah Maddox said sports interviewer, daughter of an athlete legend, a woman who --inside-- still suffers and who is now very atracted to said ass hottie player.
Every time I see you, you try to sabotage my interview. It's kind of ironic: It was what I expected from Vi: I fell in love with this couple: Brody is so hot, so cocky and at the same time, he is sort of sweet and he adapts very quickly and well to his relationship with Delilah. And Delilah is a kick-ass sports reporter, who at first denies her pulling towards Brody but at the end she gets caught in his charms.
Honestly, I did not expect all that to happen. All of a sudden, we have another character's POV in the game a character that really got on my nerves and who, to me, was completely unnecessary and also the two main characters having difficult moments because of that and also because they do not mention their feelings for each other. Not even in their minds or POV's. Brody and Delilah have amazing sex scenes, funny scenes, friendly scenes and even sad scenes but where were their feelings for each other?
Where was that pull that they had at the beginning? Thank you Willlow for ruining this for me. She has too many importance in this book I mean having chapters in her POV? The past of both protagonists is too much involved in this book. My fingers brushed over each letter in the dark. I was totally falling for him.
There was no way to stop it at this point. I just had to hope that when this fall was over, Brody was there to catch me. I really needed more emotion involved in this. I loved the first half but I did not like the second half. The ending was super sweet finally!! Sorry, it's just that I hate not loving this book crazy, right?
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I could probably make a list of a million reasons I should have stayed away. Yet I knew in my heart he was the one. My soul had picked him, not my mind. I really loved the first part and the ending, and also the chemistry between our main couple but the other 'stuff' that I talked about in the review, really got on my nerves.
This definitely is not my favourite book by Vi Keeland but I hope the next one will be as good as the other stories that I have read by her. Of course, you can still enjoy Vi's writing and the hot chemistry between Brody and Delilah so maybe you should give this one a try! View all 48 comments. Jan 24, XxTainaxX rated it really liked it. By the end of chapter one, Brody's antics had me cracking up. He is cocky, smartass, and hilarious. Toss in sexy as hell and he's the full package.
I love how his relationship with Delilah grows and develops. His relationship with Marlene, an elderly woman, and others at her group home, is very sweet and adds to his appeal. The one thing that took some of the story's impact was how he dealt with his ex. Othe By the end of chapter one, Brody's antics had me cracking up. Other than that I'll give you a little pro tip: View all 14 comments. Aug 27, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it really liked it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: This just so happened to be the only Keeland story my library had available for request for shame, porny librarian — you are failing here!
It also had a cover that pert near guar-an-teed an education regarding the ins and outs hehehehe of the NFL and since fo Find all of my reviews at: It also had a cover that pert near guar-an-teed an education regarding the ins and outs hehehehe of the NFL and since football season is right around the corner, I was ready to make the sacrifice. My reaction upon finishing?????? Okay, so the story is that Delilah has worked her way up through the network and has a new job as a professional sportscaster.
Only this time when I asked the question, his response caught me off guard. Nearly everything worked for me when it came to this book. The perfect leading male for me. Not only was I able to picture a super-hunky former quarterback as the lead. I have zero clue about his quarterbacking ability and I also give zero shits about it.
I do okay with super alpha alphas when they are in werewolf or biker form, but the true winner of my heart is the cocksure hehehehehe dude who delivers the hardy-hars. I also need a real big favor. Someone call the porny librarian and demand every other Vi Keeland book get purchased stat. View all 10 comments. The Baller by Vi Keeland is a funny, sexy and steamy sports romance. I loved their banter and the sexual chemistry between them was pretty awesome and I thought that developing their relationship over a period of time made their story more believable.
Interesting second 3,5 stars I wasn't expecting to enjoy this book - but I actually did like it. There were a few things that "bugged" me and the reason for not giving this a 4 star rating View all 8 comments.
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Brody is the epitome of swoon-worthy. His dirty-talking, sweet gestures, loyalty to those he loves, and utter masculinity all cementing his captivating appeal. Rounding out our main leads are a band of outstanding secondary characters; Marlene, Indie, and Grouper. Aside from a few frustrating decisions Delilah makes and the unwelcome addition of a third POV, overall The Baller is the perfect pick-me-up book. Heavy conflict and drama are notably absent from this story, allowing us to sit back and simply wait for our hero and heroine to find their way to one another after taking a wrong turn or two.
She lies around sleeping all day, waiting for some shmuck wearing tights to come kiss her. That chick from Aladdin is hot.
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Or the Little Mermaid. But can a mermaid spread her legs? And is she even a princess? Where there were no highs and lows and where happiness was found in the calm at the center. It was about making the choice to live life with all its chaos around you, and in the midst of it all, having calm in your heart.
I had so much fun reading this with you, boo! D xoxoxo Check out her awesomesauce review here! View all 66 comments. Apr 09, alyssa rated it it was amazing Shelves: YES Will I reread this book?: Jan 21, Michelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm so happy that I finally found a good book! I couldn't put this down once I started it!
Delilah and Brody were awesome together! Delilah is a journalist. Her first time in the Steels locker room is going to be a piece of cake. She's ready for anything except for Brody the sexy, cocky, dirty talking quarterback for the Steels. I loved him right away. He's in a towel and he has a subway under it. Yes people he has the big 12"!!! He throws her for a loop 4. He throws her for a loop the first time he drops it but she's prepared the next time. Delilah had no problems playing Brody's games. I loved how every time Delilah interviewed Brody he just let that damn towel drop and poor Delilah tried really hard not to look down.
I laughed my ass off! The banter between these two was funny. Delilah doesn't do one night stands and Brody doesn't do relationships. The tension between these two was thick! Both Brody and Delilah have issues with their past. They've both been hurt and scared to fall in love. I loved them together. They were both sexy as hell.
Brody was super sweet! I loved how he took care of his neighbor in the nursing home. He was good with kids and his fans. I loved Delilah's best friend Indie!! She was a hoot!! That skirt is too long. Take that shit up a few inches before you go in the locker room to flirt with Easton. I laughed while I typed. He gave you two balls today. Bet he gives you two more tonight! Delilah was sweet too. I loved her too but not as much as Brody. I didn't really care for that. I didn't feel like Brody was going to go there with his ex so I'm not sure why we needed to read that shit. Also I though Delilah was over her ex.
She had put up his photo so I was completely shocked with that drama! I still loved this book a lot! For me to finish a book and laugh so much during it I had to give it almost 5 stars after the funky shit I've read lately. I'm off to scope out more. If your looking for sexy, funny and light on drama this ones for you!
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View all 44 comments. Jan 24, Wendy'sThoughts rated it liked it Recommends it for: Vi Freeland Fans, Sport, Romance. It was direct, sassy and had a man who knew when the woman across the way was looking at him and wanting every thing his creative dirty mind wanted to do to her. It was a delicious read. He is charming, hunky and has a ver 3. He is charming, hunky and has a very quick mind. Mostly it seems revolving around sex. The banter is fantastic.
His match in this story is Delilah Maddox, a sportscaster with heritage in the game. Her dad was a famous football player too. It is during Delilah's first post game interview with Brody when the fireworks begin Brody known for not appreciating women in the locker room Drops Towel just as the cameras are rolling, causing Delilah to be thrown off her questioning during their exchange.
She recovers but barely. This starts a pattern of interviews between the two where he blatantly tries to bed her and she pushes back. It is all fun and games with Brody doing sexy things to taunt her. These things can be sending her little unpredictable gifts or agreeing to do a sit down interview with her when usually he never does. What happens, of course, is them getting attached and having great chemistry together There is an addition story line happening while all of this is developing.
Brody has a love for a neighbor who was more like a grandmother than any family he ever had. He has taken care of her since her husband passed and now has her in a care facility due to her dementia. This leaves her sometimes in the present and sometimes reliving the past. Brody loves her and visits regularly.
He is also tied to her through his first love, a girl named Willow. They were wild together as teenagers but Willow took the same path as her mother and became involved in drugs, seriously. These two connected but neither of them were giving any communication of how they felt accept through sex, sexy banter or mad sex. When things started to become more sweet and connected with Brody It provided the angst etc.
It threw off all of the chemistry between the two main characters and although there was no physical cheating I felt emotionally as if there was a big elephant in the room. I got the intent- I understood the whys and need for something like it to address both characters issues with mentally being free to love again.
It just wasn't jelling for me. This then led into Brody being distant with Delilah when he should have needed her most. The other thing which kept buzzing in the back of my head was Delilah's involvement with Brody, an active player for one of the teams she covered. Conflict of interest much When the writing was fast, focused on the pursuit of Delilah by Brody it was on target. The sections about his love and relationship with his "chosen" grandmother was fantastic. It was after the big "Half Time Event" in the book, things started not to work for me BUT there was a huge resurgence to reclaim what had been lost and the epilogue qualified as extra points Don't think this book is not for you, however.
I had a silly grin on my face for a large part of the read For more Reviews, Free E-books and Giveaways. View all 35 comments. I'm surprised I actually finished it. I was going to dnf it, then I picked it back up and it did get slightly better. But halfway through the book I started to get really mad and I think those who read the book know what I'm talking about!!! The only reason I didn't rate 1 star is because I thought some of the dialogue was quite cute and fun.
I think Brody will be a big hit with some readers though if you like the arrogant crude type h 2 stars So sorry guys this one was another miss for me. I think Brody will be a big hit with some readers though if you like the arrogant crude type heroes. View all 28 comments. It looks like I'm going to be the odd one out on this one. I really struggled with it. I'm giving it two stars, not because I hated it, which is what is perceived with a two star rating a lot of times.
According to goodreads, two stars is stating that it was "okay". And that's how I would classify this book. Not bad, but I just wasn't feeling invested in the characters much and fought the urge to skim around halfway through. I put it down briefly and then decided to finish it up, but unfortunate It looks like I'm going to be the odd one out on this one. I put it down briefly and then decided to finish it up, but unfortunately, in the end, I never found the enthusiasm I was hoping for.
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