Gary Habermas is the Distinguished Professor of Apologetics and Philosophy and chairman, Department of Philosophy and Theology, at Liberty University.
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"The class notes in this volume are meant for study group use. Their purpose is to help us understand the teachings of Jesus and apply them in our lives. They grew out of the conviction that Jesus had a challenging and liberating message that has been largely forgotten over the centuries, in the focus on belief in the person of Jesus and his final deeds. The purpose of these notes, then, is to allow his original teachings to do what they were intended to do: to come alive in the experience of his followers..."
Westar Institute, The Jesus Seminar
In honor of Marcus J. Borg, who passed away in January of this year. We are deeply grateful for his work in helping us understand the life and teachings of the historical Jesus.
Either there was something mad about this man or our hearts are still too small for what he was trying to say. H.G Wells
Who Is Jesus? by John Dominic Crossan & Richard G. Watts
Who on Earth was Jesus? The Modern Quest for the Jesus of History by David Boulton
The Historical Jesus: The Life of a Mediterranean Jewish Peasant by John Dominic Crossan
The Historical Jesus: A Comprehensive Guide, by Gerd Theissen & Annette Merz
The God of Jesus: The Historical Jesus and the Search for Meaning, by Stephen J. Patterson
Profiles of Jesus, by Roy W. Hoover, ed.
Jesus in Contemporary Scholarship, by Marcus J. Borg
Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time, by Marcus J. Borg
The Elusive Messiah: A Philosophical Overview of the Quest for the Historical Jesus, by Raymond Martin
Jesus as a Figure in History: How Modern Historians View the Man from Galilee, by Mark Allen Powell
Jesus: The Life, Teachings, and Relevance of a Religious Revolutionary, by Marcus J. Borg
Did Jesus Exist?: The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth, by Bart D. Ehrman