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Friday, April 09, 2010

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tioedong

These scholars also portray a culture that could never be...the "original" gospels resonate with village life in today's third world, but their fantasies mirror only a Chomsky fantasy of how folks think and act. (I base this on years working in poor areas on three continents).

Two: Anne Rice, who researched her books on Jesus commented that she was astonished to find most of these scholars seemed to hate Jesus...because how could you spend your life researching someone you loathed?

J.S.

Wasn't it Schweitzer who demolished the first quest by noting "historical Jesus" scholars' resconstructions were made after their own image? So what has changed? Nothing it seems.

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