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Questing with a telescope

Henry Wansbrough enjoys an up-to-date Jesus investigation

Historical Jesus: What we can know and how can we know it?
Anthony Le Donne
Eerdmans £7.99
(978-0-8028-6526-7)
Church Times Bookshop £7.20

ONE expects a foreword to be laudatory, but the praise here lavished by Dale Allison is entirely justified by the book. It is light-hearted, scintillating, a brilliant piece of teaching, and a joy to read.

It is memorably ...

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