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A Marginal Jew Since The Late Nineteenth Century, New Testament Scholars Have Operated On The Belief That Most, If Not All, Of The Narrative Parables In The Synoptic Gospels Can Be Attributed To The Historical Jesus This Book Challenges That Consensus And Argues Instead That Only Four Parables Those Of The Mustard Seed, The Evil Tenants, The Talents, And The Great Supper Can Be Attributed To The Historical Jesus With Fair Certitude In This Eagerly Anticipated Fifth Volume Of A Marginal Jew, John Meier Approaches This Controversial Subject With The Same Rigor And Insight That Garnered His Earlier Volumes Praise From Such Publications As The New York Times And Christianity Today This Seminal Volume Pushes Forward His Masterful Body Of Work In His Ongoing Quest For The Historical Jesus.


10 thoughts on “A Marginal Jew

  1. says:

    The shortest volume in the Marginal Jew series happens to be the most controversial of the bunch Contrary to the vast majority of New Testament scholarship over the past hundred plus years, Meier argues the following on the one hand, it s practically certain that Jesus taught using parables On the other hand, only four can be traced to the historical Jesus with any degree of certainty He bases his concussions strictly on the criteria he set out in the series from the beginning and lets the The shortest volume in the Marginal Jew series happens to be the most controversial of the bunch Contrary to the vast majority of New Testament scholarship over the past hundred plus years, Meier argues the following on the one hand, it s practically certain that Jesus taught using parables On the other hand, only four can be traced to the historical Jesus with any...


  2. says:

    I imagine that this latest volume will be somewhat of a game changer in the way scripture scholars approach the parables of Jesus At least, it will be a book with which they will have to contend.


  3. says:

    Review to come soon Glad to finish another book


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