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-“Jesus, The Final Days”

By Craig A. Evans and N.T.Wright (Louisville, Kentucky: Westminster John Knox Press, 2009, 116 pages) A scholarly examination of the last events in the life and resurrection of Jesus Christ by two able New Testament scholars. Evans and Wright take a look at all of the current historical and archeological evidence and theories pertaining to […]

-“Jesus Interrupted”

By Bart D. Ehrman, (San Francisco: Harper One, 2009, 292 pages) New Testament scholar Dr. Ben Witherington gives an incredible detailed analysis of Bart Ehrman’s New book: “Jesus Interrupted”—in a 6 part series:   Bart Interrupted— A detailed Analysis of ‘Jesus Interrupted’ Part One Bart Interrupted— A detailed Analysis of ‘Jesus Interrupted’ Part Two Bart […]

"What Jesus Demands from the World" -Demand #2: Repent

A continuing series reflecting on the book: “What Jesus Demands from the World”, By John Piper  (Wheaton, Ill: Crossway Books, 2006, 400 pgs.) Jesus began his public ministry with the declaration: "Repent for the Kingdom of God is at hand." (Matt. 4:17)  What is repentance? What does it mean, and more important, what did Jesus […]

"What Jesus Demands from the World" -The Quest for the Historical Jesus

By John Piper (Wheaton, Ill: Crossway Books, 2006, 400 pgs.) John Piper has some great comments about the Gospels and the ‘Quest’ of modern Biblical scholarship for the ‘real’ Jesus.  See the section in the intro of his newest book ("What Jesus Demands from the World") called: "A Word to Biblical Scholars" (pg.29-36). He points […]

Serial Review: “The Lost Gospel of Judas Iscariot: A New Look at Betrayer and Betrayed”-Part 1

By Bart D. Ehrman (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 2006, pgs. 198)   This is probably destined to be the definitive book on the subject.  Written by the very able scholar from Chapel Hill.  One may disagree with his conclusions, but Dr. Ehrman is never to be ignored.  I plan to review his book in […]