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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.
Why is your research focused on the synoptic Gospels? Why leave out the Gospel of John?
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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.
Jerusalem Perspective magazine was published from 1987 until 1999.
We use the spelling “Jesus” simply because that’s the way the name is written in English.
It is not just in deference to Jewish sensitivities that we avoid “Old Testament,” but because we feel that for the Christian as well the term misrepresents the document.