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The Jesus Inquest The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ
By Charles Foster
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 3/22 music2myear wrote: X and Y duke it out in a battle for the minds and hearts of the readers of The Jesus Inquest. If you accept, as X does, that belief in the Christian is belief in a lie, and as both X and Y, that to believe a lie is a terrible thing indeed, you will fight wholeheartedly to convince those who believe this ... The Jesus Inquest
On 3/22 Phil Naessens wrote: I just finished reading The Jesus Inquest: The Case For and Against The Resurrection of Christ by Charles Foster as part of the BookSneeze blogger review program. I was given this book as a gift and was not asked to give a positive review in exchange for said gift. Charles Foster, an attorney (barrister) ... Book Review: The Jesus Inquest: The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ by Charles Foster
On 3/16 Brock Sawyer wrote: The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ An interesting take on the debate among different sides of the resurrection faction. Litigated by two opposing players, X and Y, author Charles Foster seems to nail down some of the most difficult issues that seem to present themselves on both ... Deep read, but worth it...
On 3/15 EnnisP wrote: If you have no answers for skeptics, or worse, you haven’t developed the skill to formulate arguments this book if for you. Charles Foster, drawing on experience as a barrister, does more than just “assert” the resurrection of Jesus. Instead, in his recent book, The Jesus Inquest, he grapples ... Book Review: "The Jesus Inquest" by Charles Foster
On 3/11 YouthMinister1204 wrote: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster is an excellent book. It attacks and defends the theory of the crucifixion and the resurrection of Jesus Christ at the same time. Charles Foster is a lawyer from England who has spent the majority of his life studying the resurrection and the arguments ... The Jesus Inquest
On 3/7 gmcb67 wrote: I found out about the Thomas Nelson Booksneeze programme through Chris Kidd. Basically, they send you a book which you get to keep in exchange for writing a review of the book on your blog. The first book I received from them was The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster. This book is an investigation ... Book Review
On 3/6 Janae DeWeese wrote: Being a Christian, I thought is would be interesting to read a book arguing both for and against the facts surrounding Christ. I'm not sure that someone can make an argument about a topic like this without being biased in one way or another. The book is well written and sectioned out in the different ... Good book, read thoughtfully.
On 3/2 some-doubted wrote: Charles Foster is a barrister who had “nagging doubts” about the historical accuracy of the resurrection as Christianity teaches it. Did the Christ really die on the cross and then appear to his disciples and others after being sealed in a tomb? Does history and, at times, science allow us to believe ... “The Jesus Inquest: the Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ” by Charles Foster// BookSneeze Review.
On 2/28 Steve wrote: There are a few things to know before purchasing this book. First, this is not a feel-good sort of book. It was not written as one. The object of the book is neither to provide assurance for a naïve Christian, nor to fuel the arguments of a bigoted atheist. It is intended to ... If you feel the need to be well informed before making a decision on the Resurrection, this book is a must!
On 2/28 Doug Hibbard wrote: Next on the docket (and I use that word advisedly) is The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster. Why docket? Because Foster, while now primarily a writer, started his career as a barrister. For my fellow Americans, barrister is the British word for lawyer who argues in court. They have two kinds of lawyers: ... BookTuesday: The Jesus Inquest