Who Do My Opponents Say That I Am?
An Investigation of the Accusations Against the Historical Jesus
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of Pages: 188
Width: 15.6 cm
Height: 23.4 cm
This volume will unpack the seven allegations proposed by Scot McKnight in his article 'Calling Jesus Mamzer' in the inaugural volume of The Journal for the Historical Jesus (Volume 1.1 2003: 73-103). Each essay will explore the historicity of each accusation and what they tell us about Jesus. McKnight and Modica propose that by examining these specific allegations, one can begin to comprehend a neglected dimension of historical Jesus studies, namely, that Jesus can be understood by what his opponents (critics) say of him. They contend that such an approach offers, as Malina and Neyrey have previously examined in Calling Jesus Names, a 'Christology from the side'. There will be an introductory and concluding essay from the editors.
"[T]his collection of essays serves well to advance the pursuit of what can reliably be known about the historical Jesus. Anyone engaged in the quest should certainly read this book. For those who claim very little can be known about the historical Jesus, the presentations here must be acknowledged and engaged." M./span>--Sanford Lakoff "Review of Biblical Literature "