Who was Jesus? Was he a chauvinist? A feminist crusader? An egalitarian emancipator of women? In my book Jesus and the Feminists: Who Do They Say That He Is?, portraits of Jesus painted by proponents of women’s equality are investigated in order to determine how they fit with descriptions in the Gospel narratives. Specific attention… Read More
https://s3.amazonaws.com/5mt.bf.org/audio-files/2008.07.01.R%20Whatever%20Happened%20To%20Truth%20-%20Kevin%20Boling%20-%2073081155456.mp3 Kevin Boling on Knowing the Truth radio interviewed Dr. Köstenberger on his book, Whatever Happened to Truth (7/1/08).
The book is a revised doctoral thesis written at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland and supervised by Richard Bauckham. The research was done in 2002–2005. Klink is assistant professor of New Testament at Talbot School of Theology. In short, Klink argues that the “community” concept in the historical depiction of the Gospel audiences should… Read More
This essay offers a brief look at monogamy and polygamy from a biblical perspective.
Albert Schweitzer (1875–1965) was born January 14, 1875 at Kaysersberg in Upper Alsace, Germany, the son of a Lutheran pastor. His most influential scholarly work was his survey of studies on the life of Jesus, The Quest of the Historical Jesus: A critical study of its progress from Reimarus to Wrede, a work he wrote not… Read More