NEW! Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus 9/1 (2011)

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This journal is focused to the a discussion held at the 2010 SBL in Atlanta, as to whether or not Evangelical scholars can make a actual contribution to Historical Jesus research. Or as Mark Alan Powell stated in his editorial foreword, “This issue is devoted to examining a highly significant but often ignored issue in historical-Jesus studies: the question of how evangelical Christian scholars can contribute productively to a historical quest for Jesus that seems to presuppose tenets at variance with the convictions of their faith (e.g., that the historical reliability of what is reported in biblical writings must be determined through careful analysis rather than affirmed by an appeal to the authoritative status of these writings as divinely-inspired scripture).”

Editorial Foreword
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Powell, Mark Allan

Articles

Faith and the Historical Jesus: Does A Confessional Position and Respect for the Jesus Tradition Preclude Serious Historical Engagement?
pp. 3-25(23)
Author: Bock, Darrell L.

Assumptions in Historical-Jesus Research: Using Ancient Biographies and Disciples’ Traditioning as a Control
pp. 26-58(33)
Author: Keener, Craig S.

The Rules of the Game: History and Historical Method in the Context of Faith: The Via Media of Methodological Naturalism
pp. 59-84(26)
Author: Webb, Robert L.

When It’s Futile to Argue about the Historical Jesus: A Response to Bock, Keener, and Webb
pp. 85-95(11)
Author: Miller, Robert J.

Christian Faith and the Study of the Historical Jesus: A Response to Bock, Keener, and Webb
pp. 96-106(11)
Author: Levine, Amy-Jill

A Brief Reply to Robert Miller and Amy-Jill Levine
pp. 107-111(5)
Author: Bock, Darrell L.

A Brief Reply to Robert Miller and Amy-Jill Levine
pp. 112-117(6)
Author: Keener, Craig S.

Methodological Naturalism: Engaging the Responses of Robert J. Miller and Amy-Jill Levine
pp. 118-123(6)
Author: Webb, Robert L.

Evangelical Christians and Historical-Jesus Studies: Final Reflections
pp. 124-136(13)
Author: Powell, Mark Allan

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