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Publication Date: 1996
Crossan, John Dominic
"Given the spectacular drama of [Christ's] crucifixion and the emotions it is capable of creating, the charge against those deemed responsible has been, historically, the ultimate j'accuse....As fundamentalists keep insisting that the 'inspired word of God' is hard fact in the face of science and sense, the discussion of religious myth and metaphor, along with scriptural intention, becomes an inevitable reality. In this book as well as others, John Domenic Crossan is in the pioneering forefront of investigative Christian thought."Crossan, John Dominic is the author of 'Who Killed Jesus? Exposing the Roots of Anti-Semitism in the Gospel Story of the Death of Jesus', published 1996 under ISBN 9780060614805 and ISBN 0060614803.
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