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  • Richard Mallett
    ... at http://religion.rutgers.edu/jseminar/ and, within that collection of pages, this article by Bob Miller (also a JS Fellow) that contains sections on the
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 2, 2000
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      >> Please also review Mahlon Smith's (a JS Fellow) Jesus Seminar Forum page
      at
      http://religion.rutgers.edu/jseminar/ and, within that collection of pages,
      this article by Bob Miller (also a JS Fellow) that contains sections on the
      issues of voting and consensus:
      http://religion.rutgers.edu/jseminar/miller1.html <<

      Have the details of the voting been published anywhere ? It would
      be interesting to know what the actual voting was for each of the four
      categories on each issue.

      Even more interesting would be votes taken before and after the discussion,
      to see if anybody's mind was changed (as the criticism directed at the JS
      says that they were mainly sceptics to begin with) but that may be too much
      to hipe for :-)

      Richard.


      E-mail from: Richard Mallett, 02-Aug-2000
    • Robert J. McElwain
      Message text written by INTERNET:crosstalk2@egroups.com ... Seminar s journal _Forum_ (someone else on this list may know for certain). The May-June issue of
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 3, 2000
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        Message text written by INTERNET:crosstalk2@egroups.com
        >Gail wrote: The results by category may have been published in the
        Seminar's
        journal _Forum_ (someone else on this list may know for certain).>

        The May-June issue of the of the Jesus Seminar's "Fourth R" has all the
        voting from the Spring 2000 meeting. This includes votes on Jesus and
        apocalyptic, resurrection and life after death, and the book of Acts 1-12.

        As an example, Q was voted as not apocalyptic. The rest of the votes
        would be too long and detailed to report here. The single issue can be
        bought from Westar for $4.50.

        Blessings,

        Robert J. McElwain
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