Jesus, Criteria and the Demise of Authenticity Conference

Some of you may have managed to watch live video of the conference “Jesus, Criteria, and the Demise of Authenticity” over the last two days. And you may read the book.

Either way, you may want to take a look at Joel Watts’ and Mark Goodacre’s blogs, since they live-blogged the conference while in attendance, and other scholars’ blogs who attended and posted about it soon after its conclusion.

Here are the links:

Mark Goodacre liveblogging day 1

Mark Goodacre liveblogging day 2

Joel Watts blogs about

Day 1A

Day 1B

Day 2: Loren Stuckenbruck

Dale Allison

Rafael Rodriguez and Mark Goodacre

Anthony LeDonne and Dagmar Winter

Concluding Thoughts

The Hangout

The Last Supper

Ken Schenck on the conference

Michael Pahl on the conference

UPDATE: Helen Bond on the conference

Tim Henderson (part 3 of 3)

Scot McKnight wasn’t there but blogged about the topic

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  • Will Berger

    I was there, it was engaging, but also propagandistic. The speakers praised each other in the extreme, attacked everything that ever happened before them in the world of scholarship, and proposed nothing.