Memories of Jesus: A Critical Appraisal of James D. G. Dunn's Jesus Remembered

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Robert B. Stewart, Gary R. Habermas
B&H Publishing Group, 2010 - Religion - 334 pages
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Memories of Jesus gathers essays from a variety of contributors that
critically assess the influential book, Remembering Jesus, written by
James D. G. Dunn, one of today's most significant New Testament
theologians. Considered a landmark in Jesus research, the book's insights
and impact are further explored by scholars including Craig L. Blomberg,
Gary R. Habermas, and Charles L. Quarles who also receive a direct closing
response from Dunn.

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Whose Memory? Whose Orality? A Conversation
A Response
With Special Reference
Remarks on James D G Dunns Approach
Jesus Dissimilarity from Second Temple Judaism
Why Not Beginning from Bethlehem? A Critique
Oral Mystery
James D G Dunn on the Resurrection of Jesus
A Response to My Interlocutors
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About the author (2010)

Robert B. Stewart is associate professor of Philosophy and Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

Gary R. Habermas is chairman, Department of Philosophy and Theology, School of Religion, and distinguished research professor of Apologetics and Philosophy at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School in Lynchburg, Virginia.

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