The Historical Jesus: Five Views
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
The only thing these contributors have in common is the source material that we find in the Gospels. The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth Contents: Introduction (p.1-7) Part I: Evidence for the Historical Jesus (p.11-174) Chapters 1-5. Habermas, Evidential Apologetics, ed. Followers soon afterward!” Gary R. Feb 1, 2001 - The Historical Jesus: Five Views provides a venue for readers to sit in on a virtual seminar on the historical Jesus. Part II: The Mythicists' Claims (p.177-264) Chapters 6 & 7 I am an agnostic with atheist leanings, and my life and views of the world would be approximately the same whether or not Jesus existed. John Collins, Beyond the Qumran Community from James Beilby, ed., The Historical Jesus: Five Views from IVP. Dec 20, 2009 - Craig Keener, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels from Eerdmans. Dec 3, 2009 - I just finished reading, The Historical Jesus; Five Views. The first view was given by Robert Price, a leading Jesus myth proponent. According to Aslan, before becoming a Muslim, he was a Christian that found . Mar 4, 2010 - The Historical Jesus: Five Views (IVP, 2009) brings together some of the major players in “Historical Jesus” research today. Nov 20, 2013 - The third installment of this series is likely to be at least as popular and almost certainly more controversial. Aug 28, 2013 -  Despite questions about Green's journalistic approach or Aslan's faith origins, his conclusions in his book about the Jesus of history need to be briefly examined. Nov 19, 2013 - Webber wrote of the "younger evangelicals" at the turn of the millennium, whom he believed were not interested in fighting over propositions but in focusing on the person of Jesus Christ and in making a concrete difference in people's 3) to read the stories of the Bible with the same general parameters with which we read historical texts today, and 4) to allow only for readings of authorial references in the New Testament that take them as part of the revealed point. Jesus certainly believed the Scriptures, but sometimes it seems to me that to attribute an evangelical's view of the Bible to Jesus' view of the Hebrew Scriptures is a bit of a stretch. Cowan, Five Views on Apologetics, Zondervan Counterpoints Collection (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2000), 112. Jan 31, 2014 - The five contributors are 'two systematic theologians (John Franke and Kevin Vanhoozer), two biblical scholars (Michael Bird and Peter Enns), and one historical theologian (Albert Mohler).' To try and do any justice to the issues here would be .