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作       者:John Shelby Spong

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出版时间:2011-01-01

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Using approaches from the Hebrew interpretive tradition to discern the actual events surrounging Jesus' death, Bishop Spong questions the hitorical validity of literal narrative concerned the Ressurection. He asserts that the resurrection story was born in an experience that opened the disciples' eyes to the reality of God and the meaning of Jesus of Nazareth. Spong traces the Christian origins of anti-Semitism to the Church's fabrication of the ultimate Jewish scapegoat, Judas Iscariot. He affirms the inclusiveness of the Christian message and emphasizes the necessity of mutual integrity and respect among Christians and Jews. John Shelby Spong was the Episcopal Bishop of Newark for twenty-four years prior to his retirement in 2000. Since then he has taught at Harvard University, the University of the Pacific and Drew University and he has been a visiting lecturer at universities and churches throughout North America and the English-speaking world. His books have sold over a million copies and he is regarded as one of Christianity’s frontier twenty-first-century thinkers. His bestselling titles include Eternal Life: A New Vision, Jesus for the Non-Religious, The Sins of Scripture, A New Christianity for a New World, Rescuing the Bible from Fundamentalism, Resurrection: Myth or Reality?, Why Christianity Must Change or Die and his autobiography, Here I Stand. He lives with his wife, Christine, in Morris Plains, New Jersey.“A gripping detective story. . . . [a] marvelously engrossing book.” (San Francisco Chronicle )
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TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.

BOOK 1.

CHAPTER 1 MASLOVA IN PRISON.

CHAPTER 2 MASLOVA'S EARLY LIFE.

CHAPTER 3 NEKHLUDOFF.

CHAPTER 4 MISSY.

CHAPTER 5 THE JURYMEN.

CHAPTER 6 THE JUDGES.

CHAPTER 7 THE OFFICIALS OF THE COURT.

CHAPTER 8 SWEARING IN THE JURY.

CHAPTER 9 THE TRIAL—THE PRISONERS QUESTIONED.

CHAPTER 10 THE TRIAL—THE INDICTMENT.

CHAPTER 11 THE TRIAL—MASLOVA CROSS-EXAMINED.

CHAPTER 12 TWELVE YEARS BEFORE.

CHAPTER 13 LIFE IN THE ARMY.

CHAPTER 14 THE SECOND MEETING WITH MASLOVA.

CHAPTER 15 THE EARLY MASS.

CHAPTER 16 THE FIRST STEP.

CHAPTER 17 NEKHLUDOFF AND KATUSHA.

CHAPTER 18 AFTERWARDS.

CHAPTER 19 THE TRIAL—RESUMPTION.

CHAPTER 20 THE TRIAL—THE MEDICAL REPORT.

CHAPTER 21 THE TRIAL—THE PROSECUTOR.

CHAPTER 22 THE TRIAL—THE SUMMING UP.

CHAPTER 23 THE TRIAL—THE VERDICT.

CHAPTER 24 THE TRIAL—THE SENTENCE.

CHAPTER 25 NEKHLUDOFF CONSULTS AN ADVOCATE.

CHAPTER 26 THE HOUSE OF KORCHAGIN.

CHAPTER 27 MISSY'S MOTHER.

CHAPTER 28 THE AWAKENING.

CHAPTER 29 MASLOVA IN PRISON.

CHAPTER 30 THE CELL.

CHAPTER 31 THE PRISONERS.

CHAPTER 32 A PRISON QUARREL.

CHAPTER 33 THE LEAVEN AT WORK—NEKHLUDOFF'S.

CHAPTER 34 THE ABSURDITY OF LAW—REFLECTIONS.

CHAPTER 35 THE PROCUREUR—NEKHLUDOFF REFUSES.

CHAPTER 36 NEKHLUDOFF ENDEAVOURS TO VISIT.

CHAPTER 37 MASLOVA RECALLS THE PAST.

CHAPTER 38 SUNDAY IN PRISON—PREPARING FOR MASS.

CHAPTER 39 THE PRISON CHURCH—BLIND LEADERS OF THE BLIND.

CHAPTER 40 THE HUSKS OF RELIGION.

CHAPTER 41 VISITING DAY—THE MEN'S WARD.

CHAPTER 42 VISITING DAY—THE WOMEN'S WARD.

CHAPTER 43 NEKHLUDOFF VISITS MASLOVA.

CHAPTER 44 MASLOVA'S VIEW OF LIFE.

CHAPTER 45 FANARIN,THE ADVOCATE—THE PETITION.

CHAPTER 46 A PRISON FLOGGING.

CHAPTER 47 NEKHLUDOFF AGAIN VISITS MASLOVA.

CHAPTER 48 MASLOVA REFUSES TO MARRY.

CHAPTER 49 VERA DOUKHOVA.

CHAPTER 50 THE VICE-GOVERNOR OF THE PRISON.

CHAPTER 51 THE CELLS.

CHAPTER 52 NO.21.

CHAPTER 53 VICTIMS OF GOVERNMENT.

CHAPTER 54 PRISONERS AND FRIENDS.

CHAPTER 55 VERA DOUKHOVA EXPLAINS.

CHAPTER 56 NEKHLUDOFF AND THE PRISONERS.

CHAPTER 57 THE VICE-GOVERNOR'S"AT-HOME."

CHAPTER 58 THE VICE-GOVERNOR SUSPICIOUS.

CHAPTER 59 NEKHLUDOFF'S THIRD INTERVIEW WITH MASLOVA IN PRISON.

BOOK 2.

CHAPTER 1 PROPERTY IN LAND.

CHAPTER 2 EFFORTS AT LAND RESTORATION.

CHAPTER 3 OLD ASSOCIATIONS.

CHAPTER 4 THE PEASANTS'LOT.

CHAPTER 5 MASLOVA'S AUNT.

CHAPTER 6 REFLECTIONS OF A LANDLORD.

CHAPTER 7 THE DISINHERITED.

CHAPTER 8 GOD'S PEACE IN THE HEART.

CHAPTER 9 THE LAND SETTLEMENT.

CHAPTER 10 NEKHLUDOFF RETURNS TO TOWN.

CHAPTER 11 AN ADVOCATE'S VIEWS ON JUDGES AND PROSECUTORS.

CHAPTER 12 WHY THE PEASANTS FLOCK TO TOWN.

CHAPTER 13 NURSE MASLOVA.

CHAPTER 14 AN ARISTOCRATIC CIRCLE.

CHAPTER 15 AN AVERAGE STATESMAN.

CHAPTER 16 AN UP-TO-DATE SENATOR.

CHAPTER 17 COUNTESS KATERINA IVANOVNA'S DINNER PARTY.

CHAPTER 18 OFFICIALDOM.

CHAPTER 19 AN OLD GENERAL OF REPUTE.

CHAPTER 20 MASLOVA'S APPEAL.

CHAPTER 21 THE APPEAL DISMISSED.

CHAPTER 22 AN OLD FRIEND.

CHAPTER 23 THE PUBLIC PROSECUTOR.

CHAPTER 24 MARIETTE TEMPTS NEKHLUDOFF.

CHAPTER 25 LYDIA SHOUSTOVA'S HOME.

CHAPTER 26 LYDIA'S AUNT.

CHAPTER 27 THE STATE CHURCH AND THE PEOPLE.

CHAPTER 28 THE MEANING OF MARIETTE'S ATTRACTION.

CHAPTER 29 FOR HER SAKE AND FOR GOD'S.

CHAPTER 30 THE ASTONISHING INSTITUTION CALLED CRIMINAL LAW.

CHAPTER 31 NEKHLUDOFF'S SISTER AND HER HUSBAND.

CHAPTER 32 NEKHLUDOFF'S ANARCHISM.

CHAPTER 33 THE AIM OF THE LAW.

CHAPTER 34 THE PRISONERS START FOR SIBERIA.

CHAPTER 35 NOT MEN BUT STRANGE AND TERRIBLE CREATURES.

CHAPTER 36 THE TENDER MERCIES OF THE LORD.

CHAPTER 37 SPILLED LIKE WATER ON THE GROUND.

CHAPTER 38 THE CONVICT TRAIN.

CHAPTER 39 BROTHER AND SISTER.

CHAPTER 40 THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW OF HUMAN LIFE.

CHAPTER 41 TARAS'S STORY.

CHAPTER 42 LE VRAI GRAND MONDE.

BOOK 3.

CHAPTER 1 MASLOVA MAKES NEW FRIENDS.

CHAPTER 2 AN INCIDENT OF THE MARCH.

CHAPTER 3 MARY PAVLOVNA.

CHAPTER 4 SIMONSON.

CHAPTER 5 THE POLITICAL PRISONERS.

CHAPTER 6 KRYLTZOFF'S STORY.

CHAPTER 7 NEKHLUDOFF SEEKS AN INTERVIEW WITH MASLOVA.

CHAPTER 8 NEKHLUDOFF AND THE OFFICER.

CHAPTER 9 THE POLITICAL PRISONERS.

CHAPTER 10 MAKAR DEVKIN.

CHAPTER 11 MASLOVA AND HER COMPANIONS.

CHAPTER 12 NABATOFF AND MARKEL.

CHAPTER 13 LOVE AFFAIRS OF THE EXILES.

CHAPTER 14 CONVERSATIONS IN PRISON.

CHAPTER 15 NOVODVOROFF.

CHAPTER 16 SIMONSON SPEAKS TO NEKHLUDOFF.

CHAPTER 17 "I HAVE NOTHING MORE TO SAY."

CHAPTER 18 NEVEROFF'S FATE.

CHAPTER 19 WHY IS IT DONE?

CHAPTER 20 THE JOURNEY RESUMED.

CHAPTER 21 "JUST A WORTHLESS TRAMP."

CHAPTER 22 NEKHLUDOFF SEES THE GENERAL.

CHAPTER 23 THE SENTENCE COMMUTED.

CHAPTER 24 THE GENERAL'S HOUSEHOLD.

CHAPTER 25 MASLOVA'S DECISION.

CHAPTER 26 THE ENGLISH VISITOR.

CHAPTER 27 KRYLTZOFF AT REST.

CHAPTER 28 A NEW LIFE DAWNS FOR NEKHLUDOFF.

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