is Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at the University of Durham, England. His many other books include The Theology of Paul the Apostle, Christology in the Making, Jesus and the Spirit, and the volume on Colossians and Philemon in The New International Greek Testament Commentary.
"An impressive new approach to the old 'quest for the historical Jesus.'"
— SAMUEL BYRSKOG Göteborg University
"A fresh and thorough look at Christian origins that is provocative and at the same time judicious in its assessments. James Dunn is equally at home in the history of scholarship, in the details of the Gospels, in the array of nonbib-sources, and in the archaeology ofJesus' world, and he weaves these into a coherent and credible account of the Jesus traditions. Jesus Remembered is absolutely essential reading for scholars and pastors, and Dunn's clarity and fluid style make complex issues accessible to undergraduate students and laypersons as well."
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