The Life of Jesus Critically Examined
010 - Introduction §10 The notion of the mythus in its application to sacred histories not clearly apprehended by theologians
011 - Introduction §11 The application of the notion of the mythus too circumscribed
012 - Introduction §12 Opposition to the mythical view of the gospel history
013 - Introduction §13 The possibility of the existence of mythi in the New Testament considered in reference to the external evidences
014 - Introduction §14 The possibility of mythi in the New Testament considered on internal grounds
015 - Introduction §15 Definition of the evangelical mythus, and its distinctive characteristics
016 - Introduction §16 Criteria by which to distinguish the unhistorical in the Gospel narrative
017 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 1 - Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist §17 Account given by Luke.  Immediate, supernatural character of the representation
018 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 1 - Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist §18 Natural explanation of the narrative
019 - Part 1 - History of the Birth and Childhood of Jesus, Chapter 1 - Annunciation and Birth of John the Baptist §19 Mythical view of the narrative in its different stages
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