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I'm writing as a Catholic, but also as a fan of Bart Ehrman, definitely a Protestant, or perhaps more accurately a former Protestant. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mamlukman
I believe many times when we read the Bible, or any ancient text for that matter, we forget that we are living in a much different world than the world in which these books/texts... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Bob Wicken
I'm the sort of Christian who casts a skeptical eye on just about every doctrine there is. I chose this book -- one for myself, one as a gift -- because I wanted to learn more... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jazzball (Massachusetts)
Excellent writer who combines honesty of a historian and trained theologian. This author is not afraid to speak truth from both sides of the Gospels.Published 11 months ago by PA Johnson
I found this book easy and enjoyable to read. My only criticism is hat there is no glossary or index.Published 16 months ago by peggy appleby
Current theology is explained in relation to historical thought as well as the culture of the Jewish people at the time of Christ. While he relies heavily on Fr. Raymond Brown, Mr. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ed
I read What Jesus Meant and was captivated by Gary Wills insight and wonderful writing. I especially like his translations of the Greek text as they were, not the "prettied up"... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Lee Halstead
I got the audiobook, narrated by the author. Garry Wills is a top scholar, having also mastered ancient Greek. Read morePublished on April 2, 2011 by Citizen John
This was a good, short book, but a good read. The book brims with scholarship but it is extremely readable and well handled.
I enjoyed reading it and will keep it. Read more