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Hurtado on a Mistaken Premise in Jesus Research

Larry Hurtado has an intriguing post on the “Historical Jesus Debate.” What I find particularly interesting is his suggestion that there is in historical Jesus studies an oft-unidentified premise: If a serious difference can be shown between what Jesus himself taught (especially what he taught about himself) and what early Christians believed (especially what they… Continue Reading