Dunn, John L.
November 2006
Colloquium: The Australian & New Zealand Theological Review;Nov2006, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p140
Academic Journal
Book Chapter
Chapter 2 of the book "COLLOQUIUM: THE AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND THEOLOGICAL REVIEW," VOLUME 38 is presented. It talks about the paradigm shifts in Christology which are associated to historical Jesus Christ scholarship. According to the author, historical Christ scholarship is not enough to make Christology more real. The author believes that further research about Jesus Christ could lead to better Christology.


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