Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture

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Kregel Publications - Religion - 347 pages
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From the worldwide phenomenon of "The Da Vinci Code" to the national best-seller "Misquoting Jesus," popular culture is being bombarded with radical skepticism about the uniqueness of Christ and the reliability of the New Testament. "Reinventing Jesus" cuts through the rhetoric of extreme doubt expressed by these and several other contemporary voices to reveal the profound credibility of historic Christianity. Meticulously researched, thoroughly documented, yet eminently readable, this book invites a wide audience to take a firsthand look at the solid, reasonable, and clearly defensible evidence for Christianity's origins. "Reinventing Jesus" shows believers that it's okay to think hard about Christianity, and shows hard thinkers that it's okay to believe.
 

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User Review  - richardsugg - LibraryThing

RJ was written about the time the Da Vinci Code came out, so it deals most directly with that, though the issues are timeless. Specifically, the authors deal with the trustworthiness of Scripture ... Read full review

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User Review  - james.garriss - LibraryThing

This is an excellent defense of the historical accuracy of Jesus as portrayed in the Bible. The authors trace problematic issues that might cause us to have an inaccurate account, such as: How do we ... Read full review

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