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The Jesus Inquest

The Jesus Inquest The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ

By Charles Foster
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.69 Stars

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On 2/19 Jason Taber wrote: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster is a book that takes a look at the arguments both for and against the resurrection of Jesus. The book offers the views against first, then answers those objections from the Christian perspective. There are a great number of interesting facts and objections in this ... The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster

Jason's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/17 Grace Goodwin wrote: I am very interested in Christian apologetics. Since I am majoring in Biology, I like to have a balance in my life between the evolutionist theories and the creationist theories, that I adhere to, being a Christian. This is why I chose to read "The Jesus Inquest" by Charles Foster. This book is by no ... The Jesus Inquest

Grace's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/11 Crimson76 wrote: Thanks have to go to Booksneeze for the complimentary ebook copy of this book by Charles Foster, I found it hard and heavy to get into, in fact I had several false starts, I am used to reading ebooks as I have been using them in various forms for a number of years now and this is the first one that I ... Heavy going

Crimson76's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/11 Reba Baskett wrote: First let me start by saying that I like Charles Foster and have read other books by him and enjoyed them with that being said, The Jesus InQuest* was not my favorite book. Foster sets out to show both sides of the resurrection of Christ. It is very technical and sometimes a bit dull. I hate in the ... Jesus Inquest

Reba's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/11 Michelle Martinez wrote: The Jesus Inquest is written by Charles Foster who, according to his bio on the back of the book is “a writer, barrister, tutor in medical law and ethics at the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford.” He is also a fair author. In this book he writes for both the pro ... The Jesus Inquest

Michelle's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/10 johnumland wrote: Foster is writing for a more demanding audience. When he isn't writing apologetic books in defense of Christianity, he is a barrister, a lawyer in American english. He understands debate. He understands the best arguments come from the best understanding of the counter arguments. So he immersed himself ... get ready for some heavy thinking

johnumland's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/10 Phillip5050 wrote: The Jesus Inquest" by Charles Foster was a timely read for me as Easter is approaching. Charles Foster has impressive academic credentials. His experiences as a lawyer give him the ability to make his case convincingly. The book is unique is that is a neutral objectivity kept in the book to allow the ... Timely For Easter

Phillip5050's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/10 Thomas Hypes wrote: The Jesus Inquest is a very interesting book. In the same mindset of a Lee Strobel “The Case for….” book, this study is an in-depth, legal like presentation on the presentations of the resurrection of Christ. However, it has a twist… it presents both arguments of the defense as well as the prosecution. It ... X and Y confuse me =)

Thomas' Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/10 Joe_JP wrote: The first book was The Jesus Inquest: The Case For and Against the Resurrection of the Christ by Charles Foster. The book is an attempt to provide both sides of the case though the author himself is a Christian barrister, if not a professional theologian. He is upfront about possible bias but notes that ... Interesting and Very Readable But Bit Too Biased

Joe_JP's Rating:

3 Stars

On 2/5 Chris Wray wrote: The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster is A Case for Christ on intellectual steroids. Foster writes the book as two lawyers, X and Y. X is arguing against the resurrection of Christ, while Y argues for the resurrection. The style of Foster’s writing is very indepth if not to the point of being a little ... Review of The Jesus Inquest by Charles Foster

Chris' Rating:

4 Stars