When History and Faith Collide: Studying Jesus
Hedrick explores the tension, or collision, that occurs when studying the Jesus of faith with the critical eye of historical scholarship. He outlines the nature of historical inquiry, gives a brief history of how scholars have understood Jesus, and indentifies the essential issues confronting the reader of the New Testament Gospel accounts of Jesus: discrepancies, contradictions, and the differences as well as strong similarities among different writers.
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JESUS AND THE GOSPELS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
JESUS IN THE GOSPELS IN THE FIRST CENTURY
DIVERSITY AMONG THE GOSPELS
EXPLAINING DIVERSITY AND SIMILARITY IN
A LOST SAYINGS GOSPEL2
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