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From Galilean Jew to the face of God : the pre-Easter and post-Easter Jesus [video recording] by Marcus J. Borglecture 1
Jesus at 2000 by Marcus J. Borgcompanion book
Jesus and the Kingdom: peasants and scribes in earliest Christianity [Video recording] by John Dominic Crossanlecture 2
You are the Christ! : second-century views of Jesus [video recording] by Karen Jo Torjesenlecture 3
Jesus and Generation X [video recording] by Harvey Gallagher Coxlecture 4
Jesus and the World's religions [video recording] by Huston Smithlecture 6
Jesus at 2000 : concluding panel: presentations and discussion [video recording] by Marcus J. Borglecture 7

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  1. Honest to Jesus: Jesus for a New Millennium by Robert W. Funk (1996)
  2. Who Is Jesus?: Answers to Your Questions About the Historical Jesus by John Dominic Crossan (1996)
  3. The Meaning of Jesus: Two Visions by Marcus J. Borg (1999)
  4. Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography by John Dominic Crossan (1994)
  5. Meeting Jesus Again for the First Time: The Historical Jesus and the Heart of Contemporary Faith by Marcus J. Borg (1994)
  6. The Acts of Jesus : The Search for the Authentic Deeds of Jesus by Robert Walter Funk (1998)
  7. Born of a Woman: A Bishop Rethinks the Virgin Birth and the Treatment of Women by a Male-Dominated Church by John Shelby Spong (1992)
  8. The God We Never Knew: Beyond Dogmatic Religion To A More Authenthic Contemporary Faith by Marcus J. Borg (1997)
  9. Why Christianity Must Change or Die by John Shelby Spong (1998)
  10. The Essential Jesus: Original Sayings and Earliest Images by John Dominic Crossan (1989)
  11. The Wisdom Jesus: Transforming Heart and Mind--A New Perspective on Christ and His Message by Cynthia Bourgeault (2008)
  12. Jesus As a Figure in History: How Modern Historians View the Man from Galilee by Mark Allan Powell (1998)
  13. The Jesus Quest: The Third Search for the Jew of Nazareth by Ben Witherington III (1995)
  14. Will the Real Jesus Please Stand Up?: A Debate between William Lane Craig and John Dominic Crossan by Paul Copan (1995)
  15. Liberating the Gospels: Reading the Bible with Jewish Eyes by John Shelby Spong (1996)

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Series of talks and a book from a conference. Oregon State conference page here: http://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/sc...


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