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Fourteen of them are among the leading names in the field, including a few who have published major works on the historical Jesus in recent years (e.g., John Dominic Crossan of De Paul University and Marcus Borg of Oregon State).
Two of these 14 are sympathetic to many evangelical concerns: Bruce Chilton (of Bard College, New York) and Ramsey Michaels (of Southwest Missouri State).
As many as 200 scholars participated in the JS over the years, but the final group dwindled to 74. Some expressed discomfort with how the most radical fringes of New Testament scholarship were disproportionately represented on the JS.
Others voiced disagreement with Funk's propagandistic purposes of popularizing scholarship in a way designed explicitly to undermine conservative Christian credibility. The final "Fellows" of the JS, as they are called, fall roughly into three categories.
(Macmillan, 1993) This is the product of six years of extensive consultation by a group of scholars known as the Jesus Seminar (hereafter JS), who have set out to determine the authentic words of Jesus.
“The first one I got was Psalm , a scroll on my right shoulder,” Colin Kaepernick told Hollywood Gossip in 2013.He chose the New Living Translation, which reads: “You arm me with strength for battle.You make my adversaries bow at my feet.” The then 25-year-old added, “Basically, it’s saying the Lord is giving me all the tools to be successful, I just have to go out and do my part to uphold that.” According to widespread reports, still unconfirmed, he and his girlfriend, Nessa Diab, an MTV DJ, may be planning an Islamic-style wedding.As the book jacket and popular press releases emphasize, only of all the sayings of Jesus are colored red or pink and a good number of these come from Thomas! Has there been some revolutionary new find that seriously discredits Christianity? The truth is that the JS is an -- a throwback to nineteenth-century quests for the historical Jesus, and not even representative of mainstream contemporary New Testament scholarship.The JS is the brainchild of well-known New Testament scholar and Greek grammarian, Robert Funk -- for many years a professor at the University of Montana.