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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 3/10 Kate Siegel wrote: The Jesus Inquest: The Case for and Against the Resurrection of the Christ attempts to provide an even-handed examination of the arguments on both sides of the Resurrection debate. Charles Foster, a barrister (criminal-lawyer) and writer uses his legal experience to present the arguments both against ... The Jesus Inquest: The Case for and Against the Resurrection of the Christ
On 3/9 Barbara Davis wrote: This extraordinary book takes us through medical evidence, Jewish burial practices, ancient artifacts, gospel history, and biblical criticism. The author who is a practicing trail attorney looks at both sides in his attempt to uncover the real Jesus. Was he the much awaited Christ or a celebrated teacher ... compelling work
On 3/9 LylisDad wrote: The Jesus Inquest By Charles Foster Book Description An unbiased examination and compelling courtroom presentation revealing the undeniable facts of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. My first concern was that this was going to be another attempt to 'debunk' the death and ressurection of Christ. ... A must read for believers and skeptics!
On 3/7 gmcb67 wrote: I found out about the Thomas Nelson Booksneeze programme through Chris Kidd. Basically, they send you a book which you get to keep in exchange for writing a review of the book on your blog. The first book I received from them was The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster. This book is an investigation ... Book Review
On 3/6 Janae DeWeese wrote: Being a Christian, I thought is would be interesting to read a book arguing both for and against the facts surrounding Christ. I'm not sure that someone can make an argument about a topic like this without being biased in one way or another. The book is well written and sectioned out in the different ... Good book, read thoughtfully.
On 3/6 Maureen Herrmann wrote: After reading mixed reviews on this book, I must say that I was a tad hesitant to request this book for myself to review. Any argument against the resurrection of my Beloved Lord and Savior saddens my heart. But, if I was to really be true to myself, and I mean painfully honest, then I would have to ... Inaccuracies - Hard to read - Would not recommend, March 5, 2011
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 3/2 David Richmond wrote: The resurrection of Jesus Christ is by far the central tenet of the Christian faith. It is at once the core of our doctrine and the source of new life in Christ Jesus. When I saw Charles Foster's The Jesus Inquest was available, I jumped at the chance to read it. The book is extremely ... The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster
On 3/2 some-doubted wrote: Charles Foster is a barrister who had “nagging doubts” about the historical accuracy of the resurrection as Christianity teaches it. Did the Christ really die on the cross and then appear to his disciples and others after being sealed in a tomb? Does history and, at times, science allow us to believe ... “The Jesus Inquest: the Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ” by Charles Foster// BookSneeze Review.
On 3/1 Mary Vidinich wrote: This book provides a case for and against the resurrection of Christ. I have to admit, I found this book somewhat difficult to read. Not because I didn’t understand what the author was saying, but because it often annoyed me and made me think that he did not particularly think his audience ... The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster