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.
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 7 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 2 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 3 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 5 months ago by Catherine G. Adams
The book is an interesting read. I really enjoyed reading the book and found the information very useful in life today.Published 7 months ago by PhD Leaner
Meaningful & thought provoking treatment of complex questions. Highly encourage reading. The openness with which each author addresses the points being made and the humility they... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Michael E Jones
Thought provoking. I don't agree with much of their theology. I read it for a book discussion group. I found it challenging.Published 11 months ago by Alice Alford
Having read a significant number of books by each author, I found this cooperative effort to be quite interesting as it compares and contrasts the authors' perspectives on modern... Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Bensch