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Few biblical scholars at work today combine Allison’s extensive learning, personal modesty and refreshing honesty. In this study he attempts to reconcile his theological commitments and his historical reconstruction. Whether or not they are persuaded by Allison’s conclusions, readers will appreciate his insistence that “the unexamined Christ is not worth having.”

 

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