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Geisler Is Out There Again

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    Well here's all the details I know about this project right now:

    But it looks like Geisler is about to write a book on the Historical Jesus. Who's contributing?

    Norman L. Geisler, Ph.D., Chancellor, Veritas Evangelical Seminary; Distinguished Professor of
    Apologetics and Theology
    F. David Farnell, Ph.D., Senior Professor of New Testament, The Master’s Seminary
    Richard G. Howe, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy and Apologetics, Southern Evangelical Seminary
    Thomas A. Howe, Ph.D., Professor of Bible and Biblical Languages, Southern Evangelical Seminary
    William E. Nix, Ph.D., Professor of Historical and Theological Studies, Veritas Evangelical Seminary
    William C. Roach, Ph.D. candidate, Co-Author of Defending Inerrancy
    Dennis M. Swanson, D.Min., Vice President for Library and Educational Assessment

    Not one historical Jesus scholar I see on there. Of course, I'm sure this has nothing to do with Michael Licona. Not one bit! I anticipate arguments like "Greco-Roman biographies are pagan!" or "If we hold to this belief, it will deny Inerrancy, therefore it can't be true!" or "Use the literal sense unless the plain sense is nonsense."

    # of scholars on the Historical Jesus who will consider this a serious and worthwhile contribution?


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