I have known Dom Crossan for a long time and read his work since the 70s. We have done dialogues and discussions together, and it is certainly true we disagree on many things theological, ethical, and historical. But I admire his enthusiasm for studying the Bible in its original contexts, including most recently its archaeological ones. I consider Dom a friend, and he has always been kind to me. Here is an article just up on CNN in which I am quoted a good deal about Dom, and I would want what is said there to be taken in the context of what I have just said.
Here is the link—