“This publication will turn out to be a prime weapon… opposed to the debunking and skeptical attitudes towards the Gospels which are so regularly occurring, not just in academe, but additionally in the street, between adolescents who, unfortunately, are leaving the church buildings in droves.” – Robert Barron, writer of Catholicism
For good over 100 years now, many students have wondered the old fact of the Gospels, claiming that they have been initially nameless. Others have even argued that Jesus of Nazareth didn't imagine he was once God and not claimed to be divine.
In The Case for Jesus, Dr. Brant Pitre, the bestselling writer of Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist, is going again to the sources—the biblical and old facts for Christ—in order to reply to numerous key questions, together with:
• Were the 4 Gospels relatively nameless?
• Are the Gospels folklore? Or are they biographies?
• Were the 4 Gospels written too past due to be reliable?
• What in regards to the so-called “Lost Gospels,” corresponding to “Q” and the Gospel of Thomas?
• Did Jesus declare to be God?
• Is Jesus divine in all 4 Gospels? Or simply in John?
• Did Jesus satisfy the Jewish prophecies of the Messiah?
• Why used to be Jesus crucified?
• What is the proof for the Resurrection?
As The Case for Jesus will convey, contemporary discoveries in New testomony scholarship, in addition to missed proof from historical manuscripts and the early church fathers, jointly have the aptitude to drag the rug out from lower than a century of skepticism towards the normal Gospels. certainly, Pitre exhibits how the divine claims of Jesus of Nazareth can simply be understood through placing them of their historical Jewish context.