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The Christ myth theory , also known as the Jesus myth theory , Jesus mythicism , or the Jesus ahistoricity theory ,  is described by Bart Ehrman paraphrasing Earl Doherty , as the position that ".. Or if he did, he had virtually nothing to do with the founding of Christianity. There are three strands of mythicism, including the view that there may have been a historical Jesus, who lived in a dimly remembered past, and was fused with the mythological Christ of Paul. Most Christ mythicists follow a threefold argument:  they question the reliability of the Pauline epistles and the Gospels to establish the historicity of Jesus; they note the lack of information on Jesus in non-Christian sources from the first and early second centuries; and they argue that early Christianity had syncretistic and mythological origins, as reflected in both the Pauline epistles and the gospels, with Jesus being a celestial being who was concretized in the Gospels. Therefore, Christianity was not founded on the shared memories of a man, but rather a shared mytheme.
Historical Jesus discourses need to shift their theoretical focus and frame of reference away from the Historical Jesus, the exceptional man and charismatic leader, to the emancipatory Divine Wisdom movement of which he was a part and whose values and visions decisively shaped him. In distinction to the Old and New Quests, the Newest or Third Quest does not seek to reconstruct the historical Jesus over and against first-century Judaism but sees him as totally integrated into his time and culture. Feminist approaches to the New Testament must resist an innate tendency to reinscribe anti-Semitic prejudice. Feminists must carefully monitor their own interpretations for anti-Semitism. Researchers should then critique their work according to the following four key issues:. Adam, A. Search in Google Scholar.
The quest for the historical Jesus consists of academic efforts to determine what words and actions, if any, may be attributed to Jesus , and to use the findings to provide portraits of the historical Jesus. While textual analysis of biblical sources had taken place for centuries, these quests introduced new methods and specific techniques to establish the historical validity of their conclusions. The enthusiasm shown during the first quest diminished after Albert Schweitzer 's critique of in which he pointed out various shortcomings in the approaches used at the time. The second quest began in and introduced a number of new techniques, but reached a plateau in the s. While there is widespread scholarly agreement on the existence of Jesus [a]  and a basic consensus on the general outline of his life,  the portraits of Jesus constructed in the quests have often differed from each other and from the image portrayed in the gospel accounts.
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The original edition was translated into English by William Montgomery and published in An expanded second German edition was published during , containing theologically significant revisions and expansions. This expanded edition was not published in English until In The Quest , Schweitzer reviews all prior work on the question of the " historical Jesus " starting with the late 18th century.
By Bart D. In Did Jesus Exist? Marshaling evidence from within the Bible and the wider historical record of the ancient world, Ehrman tackles the key issues that surround the mythologies associated with Jesus and the early Christian movement.
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Bart Ehrman and the Quest of the Historical Jesus of Nazareth - Kindle edition by Carrier Ph.D., Richard, D.M. Murdock, René Salm, Earl Doherty, David.Tesira M. 14.06.2021 at 18:43
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Did Jesus Exist?