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An important and thought provoking book for those who are interested in examining Progressive
Christianity. Not everyone's cup of tea, of course. Read more
This book is, again, about a fictional Jesus, invented by Robert Funk and his Jesus Seminar, without one piece of empirical or historical evidence, who seem to think that if you... Read morePublished on October 21, 2013 by Clifford J. Stevens
This book started me along a fascinating journey trying to ascertain the actual events occurring in Jesus' time, what he actually said, what he might have said and what has been... Read morePublished on July 29, 2013 by Emily Wien
Robert W. Funk (1926-2005), was co-founder of the Jesus Seminar, and author/editor of other books such as A Credible Jesus: Fragments of a Vision, The Five Gospels - What Did Jesus... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Steven H Propp
This is an excellent body of work especially if you have not read any of the other Jesus Seminar scholars. Funk is a scholar, which does not mean anyone with a PHD. Read morePublished on July 25, 2008 by Dr. John Laughlin
We need not only honesty for those memorable persons gone into the realm of history, but also honesty for ourselves.
We are worth it! Read more
A wonderful book which has held up with the test of time, specifically the most recent discoveries.
RIP to a great scholar and human being.
Jesus Seminar founder Robert Funk wrote his personal views down in a book called "Honest to Jesus," in which he apparently was under the strange illusion that his book was an... Read morePublished on July 30, 2005 by A. Daniels Jr.
Robert Funk is a knowledgeable fellow, and some of his points about aphorisms, translation, early texts, and parables are pretty good. Read morePublished on April 6, 2004 by David Marshall