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The Jesus Inquest The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ
By Charles Foster
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 3/5 exlathisname wrote: The resurrection has been a very hot topic for many years. Even among people who claim Christianity as their faith, sometimes get in arguments about the resurrection. What's the argument about? Simply, did Jesus physically resurrect from the dead? A statistic that I recently heard on a Christian ... The Jesus Inquest
On 2/28 Noelle the Dreamer wrote: Charles Foster describes himself as a Writer, Barrister and Traveler. As a barrister - or criminal lawyer - Charles Foster uses his legal experience but also his faith to present a magnificent case, both for and against the resurrection of Jesus and the empty tomb. This is a compelling book and you will ... The Jesus Inquest - Excellent addition to anyone's library!
On 2/24 Marcin Hartman wrote: I thoroughly enjoyed reading this para-scientific book on – as the subtitle points out – the case for and against the resurrection of the Christ. I liked the premise of the book, which sets out to collect and present available material for both sides, leaving the reader with the responsibility for ... OT Książki: "The Jesus Inquest" Charles Foster
On 2/5 dckenney wrote: The book I am reading right now is The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster. If his name sounds familiar to you, it’s because I just read another book by him a few weeks ago, so I won’t bother going through his bio again and I will just jump straight to the review. Just a few chapters into ... The Jesus Inquest
On 2/3 Mike Safford wrote: I have just completed reading the "The Jesus Inquest", by Charles Foster. Foster has taken great strides to allow the reader to examine the Resurrection of Christ, debate. this text looks at both sides of the resurrection argument, and Foster utilizes Mr. X and Mr. Y to debate the sides. This text provides ... I have just completed reading the "The Jesus Inquest", by Charles Foster. Foster has taken great strides to allow the reader to examine the Resurrection of Christ, debate. this text looks at both sides of the resurrection argument, and Foster utilizes Mr. X and Mr. Y to debate the sides. This text provides for many arguments on both sides of the debate and as a reader of this text, it only left me with a more convincing argument for the actual resurrection of Christ.
On 2/3 Juniper wrote: The Jesus Inquest I originally selected this book because it was a book written as though by two barristers. I am a litigator in the U.S.and the thought of some modern aspects apologetics explored through the mouths of lawyers was too wonderful. The book selects some of the most common ...
On 2/1 Cory McCaig wrote: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster is an open case study for the evidence in support and against the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In it Foster strives to dig deeper into the issues and questions that linger over this important doctrine in Christianity. After he had come up short in finding adequate ... Book Review: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster
On 1/26 Jim wrote: Over the years I have read many books that focus on the resurrection of Christ, coming from both sides of the theological spectrum, those that support the historicity of the resurrection of Christ and those who deny it. My most recent read on the subject, The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster has been ... Book Review – “The Jesus Inquest” by Charles Foster
On 1/26 Zealfire wrote: The Jesus Inquest covers the arguments for the resurrection of the Christ and against as the cover states. Written by Charles Foster he lays out the format of the book which is a debate between X and Y. X is the position of an unbeliever/skeptic whereas Y is that of a believer. On the whole it reads ... The Jesus Inquest
On 1/19 Kimmy wrote: What I discovered in The Jesus Inquest was very thought-compelling. I could tell right from the start that this was not the type of book a new Christian should read. The facts presented could easily shake the core beliefs their recently-received faith is built upon. Questions are raised and so-called ... The Jesus Inquest: The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ, by Charles Foster