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by G. A. Wells,George A. Wells

Author: G. A. Wells,George A. Wells
Subcategory: Bible Study & Reference
Language: English
Publisher: Prometheus Books (February 1, 1987)
Pages: 256 pages
Category: Christian Books
Rating: 4.1
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Wells argues there was no historical evidence of Jesus existing. Wells has since modified his position, and in 2003 stated that he now disagrees with Robert M. Price on the information about Jesus being "all mythical"

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. G. A. Wells (1926 - 2017) was a professor of German at Birkbeck College, University of London, and the author of Did Jesus Exist? and The Historical Evidence for Jesus.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Professor Wells argues that there was no historical Jesus, and in thus arguing he deals with the many recent writers who have interpreted the historical Jesus as some kind of political figure in the struggle against Rome.

Download books for free. Does it establish that Jesus did or did not exist?

Download books for free. Professor Wells argues that there was no historical Jesus, and in thus arguing he deals with the many recent writers who have interpreted the historical Jesus as some kind of political figure in the struggle against Rome, and calls in evidence the many contemporary theologians who agree with some of his arguments about early Christianity. The question at issue is what all the evidence adds up to. Does it establish that Jesus did or did not exist? Professor Wells concludes that the latter is the more likely hypothesis.

Did Jesus Exist? book. George Albert Wells (born May 22, 1926), usually known as G. Wells, is an Emeritus Professor of German at Birkbeck, University of London. After writing books about famous European intellectuals, such as Johann Gottfried Herder and Franz Grillparzer, he turned to the study of the historicity of Jesus, starting with his book The Jesus of the Early Christians in 1971.

by George Albert Wells. More by George Albert Wells. The Jesus of the Early Christians: A Study in Christian Origins. Select Format: Hardcover. Goethe and the Development of Science 1750-1900 (History of Science). The Old Faith & the New (Westminster College-Oxford Classics in the Study of Religion). David Friedrich Strauss, George Albert Wells.

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I have taken it for granted that Jesus of Nazareth existed. As G. Wells, the author of The Historical Evidence for JesusCitation 10 puts it

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Professor Wells argues that there was no historical Jesus, and in thus arguing he deals with the many recent writers who have interpreted the historical Jesus as some kind of political figure in the struggle against Rome, and calls in evidence the many contemporary theologians who agree with some of his arguments about early Christianity. The question at issue is what all the evidence adds up to. Does it establish that Jesus did or did not exist? Professor Wells concludes that the latter is the more likely hypothesis.This challenge to received thinking by both Christians and non-Christians is supported by much documentary evidence, and Professor Wells carefully examines all the relevant problems and answers all the relevant questions. He deliberately avoids polemic and speculation, and sticks so far as possible to the known facts and to rational inferences from the facts.