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Scholars of the Jesus Seminar are strongly influenced by the theory of dissimilarity.
Both Jewish and Christian members of the School take very seriously the stories in the Gospels.
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What is the view of Jerusalem Perspective Online on inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture?
Obviously, Jerusalem Perspective Online cannot have a creed or statement of faith since its authors are men and women of different faiths.
I believe that in Scriptures such as John 14:26, 16:12-15 and Matthew 18:18-20, Jesus established the principle of apostolic authority—and authorship—of the New Testament Scriptures. It seems to me that the governing thesis of the Jerusalem School, i.e., that the authentic teachings of Jesus must be “reconstructed” from our existing Gospels, contradicts this principle of apostolic authority.
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