Who is Jesus?: History in Perfect Tense
Univ of South Carolina Press, 2000 - Religion - 207 pages
This work discusses the quest for the Jewish Jesus of history and challenges readers to think seriously about not only Jesus' historical significance, but also his ongoing moral and theological relevance.
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Series of essays, so far very interesting. We'll see if the Scriptures line up with what the essays say. Enjoying it so far. Read full review
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