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Abraham Lincoln’s Religion

Abraham Lincoln’s Religion

by Stephen J Vicchio

This work is a summary and analysis of Abraham Lincoln's religion. This study begins with a description of the earliest relations Mr. Lincoln had with religion, his parents' dedication to a sect known as the "Separate Baptists." By late adolescence, Lincoln began to reject his parents' faith, and he appears to have been a religious skeptic until … Read more…

Legend of the Anti-Christ

Legend of the Anti-Christ

by Stephen J Vicchio

In The Legend of the Anti-Christ, Stephen Vicchio offers a concise and historical approach to the history of the idea of the Anti-Christ, including precursors to the idea, the development of the idea in the New Testament, as well as the understandings of the legend of the Anti-Christ in the history of Christianity. Vicchio also raises the question of why the… Read more…

Jefferson's Religion

Jefferson's Religion

by Stephen J Vicchio

Thomas Jefferson's views have led many to conclude that he was an atheist, as recently as in the work of Christopher Hitchens. But the third President has also been labeled a deist, a Unitarian, and a Christian. Philosopher and theologian Stephen Vicchio takes on the challenge of analyzing Jefferson's writings in detail to see if any of these appella… Read more…

Job in the Modern World

Job in the Modern World

by Stephen J Vicchio

In this third of a three-volume work, the author traces the interpretation of the book of Job from the Authorized Version of the Bible (King James Version) through philosophers of the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. He also covers Job in the literature of the Romantics, Blake, Melville, and Dostoyevsky. As appendices, he treats Job in Geog… Read more…

Job in the Ancient World

Job in the Ancient World

by Stephen J Vicchio

In this first of a three-volume work, Vicchio addresses the most ancient Hebrew text of Job in all its complexity, with particular emphasis on the problems of evil and suffering. But he follows this with the "reception history" of the text--how it was translated, read, and interpreted in other ancient works: the Septuagint, apocryphal books, early Christian … Read more…