Over the last century many sceptical ‘lives of Jesus’ have been written. Paul Barnett argues that their authors have used wrong historical methodology, ignoring some of the most important early evidence about Jesus Christ and failing to account for the first Christians’ beliefs about him. A historian himself, Barnett shows that when the evidence is dealt with properly, a picture of Jesus emerges that fits well with orthodox belief in him. An addition to the New Studies in Biblical Theology – a series growing in size and scholarly reputation.
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Barnett, P.W., (Author)
Inter-Varsity Press (1997), 150 pages