An extraordinarily diverse collection of articles on the cutting edge of historical Jesus research, feminist and process christology, and interfaith discussion of the significance of Jesus. Jesus then and now will be of great interest to scholars and layman from many theological and ideological perspectives.
In this engaging collection of essays, conservative and liberal theologians and scholars engage each other in a dialogue about the place of faith, nature of history, character of literary texts, and purpose of theology. While some essays focus on the historical context of Jesus' life and work, others focus on the ways in which the later Christian church established belief in the life and work of Jesus as a proof of faith.
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