This series explores key questions concerning the historical Jesus within recent scholarly discussion. Written by authors who have already made important contributions to the study of Jesus, Studying the Historical Jesus (4 Vols.) presents sound scholarship in accessible, creative, and interesting ways. This undertaking is a fantastic companion to the library of any biblical scholar, theologian, or layperson hoping to come to a better understanding of the life of Jesus through a historical lens.
All who desire to better understand the question "Who is Jesus?" will appreciate these four engaging volumes. And, the writings contained in Studying the Historical Jesus (4 Vols.) are now even more accessible in digital format. The historical content can be searched easily, providing hundreds of search results at the click of a mouse. All scripture references are highly accessible with a quick hover-over.