E. P. Sanders Writing Styles in The Historical Figure of Jesus

E. P. Sanders
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Perspective

Ed Parish Sanders is a highly-respected biblical scholar who specializes in the principles of the New Testament. Until Sanders' retirement in 2005, he spent 15 years at Duke University as the Professor of Religion.

Sanders has spent his career honing his skills as an historian on the subject of religion. Unlike many students of the New Testament, Sanders is more interested in the historical fact rather than the theology. The author seeks to enlighten his readers by presenting a practical view of religious history, including facts, unsubstantiated tales, and myths. Sanders has published many books on Judaism, both as the author and co-author. The author has received a number of prestigious awards including the Grawemeyer Award in the category of best book on religion.

Sanders is well educated. The author attended Wesleyan College in Fort Worth, Texas before moving on to the Perkins School of Theology at Texas' Southern Methodist...

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