The Resurrection of Jesus: John Dominic Crossan and N. T. Wright in Dialogue

Mark Goodacre published this on his blog. If I am not much mistaken this collection of essays is from papers delivered at a conference/colloquium hosted by our neighbor New Orleans Baptist Seminary They have brought a number of excellent biblical scholars and theologians to our region for lectures and I am glad to see that they are drying out and getting back up and running!

Crossan and Wright on the Resurrection of Jesus

MINNEAPOLIS (February 1, 2006)— Two of today’s most important and popular New Testament scholars, John Dominic Crossan and N. T. Wright, air their very different understandings of the historical reality and theological meaning of Jesus’ resurrection in The Resurrection of Jesus from Fortress Press.

The Resurrection of Jesus: John Dominic Crossan and N.T. Wright in Dialogue brings two leading lights in Jesus studies together for a long-overdue conversation with one another and with significant scholars from other disciplines, highlighting points of agreement and disagreement between them and explores the many attendant issues.

The Resurrection of Jesus is edited Robert B. Stewart, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Greer-Heard Chair of Faith and Culture.

Contributors include:

* John Dominic Crossan
* N. T. Wright
* Robert Stewart
* William Lane Craig
* Craig Evans
* R. Douglas Geivett
* Gary Habermas
* Ted Peters
* Charles Quarles
* Alan Segal

Format: Paperback, 6” x 9”, 224 pages
Item No: 0-8006-3785-2

Price: $18.00

Publisher: Fortress Press

To order The Resurrection of Jesus: John Dominic Crossan and N.T. Wright in Dialogue call Fortress Press at 1-800-328-4648 or visit the web site at To request review copies (for media) or exam copies (for potential classroom use) please call 1-800-426-0115 ext. 234 or e-mail For speaking engagements and interviews call Bob Todd at 612-330-3234 or e-mail

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