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The Case for Jesus

The Case for Jesus

The Biblical and Historical Evidence For Christ

by Brant Pitre

"A most effective weapon against the debunking and skeptical attitudes toward the Gospels that are so prevalent, not only in academe, but also on the street." – Robert Barron, author of "Catholicism"

About the Book and Author

About the Book and Author

Whether you are Christian, Jewish, Muslim, agnostic, or atheist—whatever your religious outlook—if you've ever wanted to judge for yourself the biblical and historical evidence for Jesus, then this book is for you.

Read an Excerpt From

Read an Excerpt From "The Case for Jesus"

"People are often not able to see Jesus through ancient Jewish eyes. As a result, it's easy to miss the Jewish roots of Jesus's divinity." ~from the book

Praise for

Praise for "The Case for Jesus"

"An engaging discussion of the real Jesus that will benefit both scholars and laymen who read it." — Trent Horn, author of "Answering Atheism"

Dr. Brant Pitre: Catholic Author, Speaker, Theologian

Dr. Brant Pitre: Catholic Author, Speaker, Theologian

The mission of Dr. Pitre's website is simple: to provide a place for all those who want to "put out into the deep" in the study of Sacred Scripture and Sacred Theology.

Book Roundtable: Continue the Conversation with our Bloggers

In Which He Makes the Case for Jesus

In Which He Makes the Case for Jesus

Scot McKnight

Brant Pitre seeks to respond to the common meta-story that has become entrenched deeply into the spine and mind of critical scholarship.

Did Jesus claim to be God?

Did Jesus claim to be God?

James McGrath

Pitre inspires us to revisit the Gospels and recognize that they tell us more about the historical Jesus than some have been willing to admit.

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