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Jesus According to a Croissant

Crossan presents Roman imperial rule as a violent guest for victory and would thus bring about peace.  He contrasts this with Jesus’ …

Allison and the Apocalyptic Jesus

Allison identifies and discusses the sources used by scholars in favor of and in opposition to an apocalyptic Jesus. He highlights the …

Crossan

Crossan believed that John the Baptist and Jesus both preached and imminent Kingdom of God, however after John’s murder Jesus changed his …

Jesus According Crossan

Crossan’s main discussion of the historical Jesus revolves around the contextualization of Jesus through the Roman Empire and Judaism. The Roman factor …

10.25 Jesus Seminar and Crossan

Jesus as a peasant Jewish Cynic: He wasn’t rich or royalty Contrast to what the Roman Imperial thought Jewish aspect highlights relationship …

Third Quest

The third quest focused on the historical Jesus, disconnected from Christology. Vermes and Sanders believed that Jesus was working within Judaism. In …

Vermes in Argument and Form

Vermes argues that Jesus was a healer within the context of a Charismatic Judaism. In terms of content, this is important because …

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