[Synoptic-L] Re: Luedemann et al.
- on 23/12/04 4:34 PM, Mark Goodacre at goodacre@... wrote:
> I think that might be a reasonable summary of Luedeman's views. You
> will have your chance to address questions to him during the on-line
> With best wishes
> On Thu, 23 Dec 2004 15:39:08 -0800, Tim Reynolds <molad@...> wrote:
>> No empty tomb, no resurrection stories.
>> No resurrection stories, no Christianity.
>> Or am I missing something?
>> Happy Dies Solis Invicti,
>> Tim Reynolds
>> Long Beach, CA
I fear we are confusing two Gerd Luedemans. The one I read is "fully aware
of the difficulty in psychoanalyzing a person [two actually] who has been
dead for two thousand years. Yet a 'this-worldly' explanation at least
sheds historical light on what may have happened as opposed to a
'theological' intepretation that explains an X (the rise of Easter faith) by
a Y (God)."
Please direct me to the real Luedeman. Thanks.
Happy Year of the Rooster,
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