James H. Charlesworth is George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature and Director and Editor of the Dead Sea Scrolls Project at Princeton Theological Seminary. Petr Pokorny is Director of the Center for Biblical Studies jointly sponsored by Charles University and the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Southwestern Journal of Theology
"This sequel is weighty in scholarly research. . . . Invaluable to both students and scholars interested in learning the latest findings in Jesus Research."
Midwest Book Review
"A powerful collection of papers, highly recommended for any scholarly examination of Christian history and Jesus in particular."
"The focus of the symposium and of this volume is the exploration of new and more effective ways of researching the historical Jesus. The topics range from explicit study of various methodologies to assessment of individual New Testament books and their evidence for the historical Jesus, and then on to analyses of particular aspects of events in the life of Jesus. The international cast of authors includes some of the foremost scholars on these subjects and gives a fine overall quality to the work."
The Two Cities
"Offers readers an up to date account of the current state of Jesus scholarship, while also suggestively adumbrating future trajectories in the discipline. . . . Highly recommended for all who have an interest in historical Jesus scholarship."