Few people are able to ignore Jesus. He has devotees and detractors, but hardly anyone is neutral about him. But how much do we know about him? Whether we love him or loathe him, it only makes sense that we know what and whom we’re talking about. Just Jesus is about what we can know about Jesus. Jesus isn’t just a religious idea but a phenomenon of history. That means we can and should ask about him all of the historical questions we can think of and see which ones can and can’t be answered. Fortunately, we’re able to learn a lot more about Jesus than most people think.
About the Author
James T. (Tommy) South is the minister of the Glen Allen Church of Christ in suburban Richmond, VA, and also serves as an adjunct professor of Religious Studies at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he has taught courses on Jesus and the New Testament since 1989. He has also taught at Abilene Christian University, The College of William & Mary, Averett University, and the Seoul International Bible Institute. His Ph.D. in New Testament and Early Christianity is from the University of Virginia.
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