Westminster John Knox PressThe Historical Jesus Question: The Challenge Of History To Religious Authority
A natural sequel to The Historical Jesus Question offers commentary on the work and significance of the classic writers presented in the earlier volume- Spinoza, Strauss, Schweitzer, Troeitsch, Bultmann, Kasemann- and additional comments on the work of Wolfhart Pannenberg, Gregory Dawes' concern is not merely to present a summary discussion of these important writers- he goes further to follow the implications for theology of the ongoing challenge history makes the biblical authority. 392 pages, paperback.
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Date:April 17, 2010
Prof.Paulo de Lacerda,PhD
Congratulations for edition of this remarkable book for theologians and lay readers on the historical face of the unforgetable Rabbi of Galilea, Yeshua ben Yoseph (Jesus ,son of Joseph) on he overviews of top authorities of the past including Schweitzer,Nobel Prize and humanitarian doctor in Africa,who legated to the Mankind remarkables works on several fields of human knowledge including Theology with basis on his controversial medical thesis of graduation titled The Psychiatric Study of Jesus, Beacon Press (sold out edition) on Jesus, the essenian lord and master of wisdom who passed away on Earth face more 2 thousand years ago and tought major lesson to Mankind THE LOVE in his divine mission since the dawn of times.