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Assessing Progress in the Third Quest of the Historical Jesus

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Although historical-Jesus research in the last three decades has produced a great deal of divergent results, one is able to discern several important areas of progress. Perhaps the most important gain is in a renewed appreciation of the Judaic character of Jesus, his mission, and his world. New source material and more nuanced, contextual methodology have sharpened Jesus' profile as a Galilean Jew, standing in the tradition of Israel's redemption and restoration.

Affiliations: 1: Acadia Divinity College Wolfville, NS, Canada


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