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Book review: Jesus, Interrupted, by Bart D. Ehrman

Ehrman is writing here mainly for Christians who believe in the divine inspiration of the New Testament, to show that it is a very human document, with abundant contradictory views of who Jesus was and what his life and teaching meant. This has been the standard view of scholars for the last two hundred years but it has not reached many people who attend church on Sundays, and even clergy who have learned these facts in their studies don't take them into account when preaching. [More]


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