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December 14, 2016 / compassioninpolitics

Historical Jesus Resources

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Historical Jesus Books, Resources, and Bibliography:

The noted scholar Daniel Wallace at Dallas Theological Seminary points to these resources:

  1. Craig Blomberg, The Historical Reliability of the Gospels
  2. Darrell Bock and Daniel B. Wallace, Dethroning Jesus
  3. Rob Bowman and Ed Komoszewski, Putting Jesus in His Place
  4. Craig Evans, Fabricating Jesus
  5. Ed Komoszewski, James Sawyer, and Daniel B. Wallace, Reinventing Jesus
  6. Martin Hengel, Issues in Early Christology  (not available on Amazon from what I can tell)
  7. Daniel B. Wallace, editor, Revisiting the Corruption of the New Testament

I would also point to those specifically answering the critiques of Bart Ehrman and others:

I would also highly recommend:

For the websites of the authors above:

The only blog I’ve used before has been Wallaces above (along with the Ehrman Project and Gary Habermas and Mike Licona).  You can see YouTube videos of many of the above authors, however.  Including, Craig Blomberg, Craig Evans, Licona, and Habermas.

Additional Resource on the historic Jesus and the resurrection here and here.

Whats your favorite?  What has helped you the most?  Please feel free to add any Historical Jesus resources, books, or articles, you know, like, or enjoy in the comments section below.

 

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  1. compassioninpolitics / Dec 22 2016 5:12 am

    This is probably quite helpful–its a free e-book on the question of the historical Jesus:

    http://www.garyhabermas.com/Evidence/

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