Marcus Borg and N.T. Wright have written more than just an introduction or a summary to the Historical Jesus Debate.
Finally, after presenting their best arguments and conclusion, they leave it to the reader to explore the strength of each.
This book presents a very respectful and articulate debate between two of the most accessible theologians writing today.
Fascinating justaposition of views. Our class had great discussions on it, and grew to appreciate the perspectives of both authors.Published 21 days ago by Verner K. Forrister
I have been and continue to be a fan of Marcus Borg. He and his friend, N. T. Wright have written a book in which Borg, the liberal and Wright, the more traditional scholar give... Read morePublished 29 days ago by Ernest G. Barr
We read this book as a group at church. Most people found it stimulating and challenging. I particularly like Borg's writing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JudyC
Each author had a unique and well thought out look at different issues about Jesus such as: the resurrection, virgin birth, authentic sayings, and the Christian life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kostelka
This was the most personally helpful thing about Jesus I have ever read ... It helped me to continue shaping my own beliefs, was supportive of the views I already held, & deepened... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Catherine G. Adams
Good discussion of subjects by two Oxford educated scholars with differing conclusions on Jesus. Both are measured, polite and brilliant. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jack Getz
The book is an interesting read. I really enjoyed reading the book and found the information very useful in life today.Published 8 months ago by PhD Leaner