關於 歷史耶穌研究的一些網站 Links on the Quest of Historical Jesus

 

***Apologetics---Historical Jesus [More evangelical and orthodox]

William Lane Craig
The Problem Of Miracles: A Historical And Philosophical Perspective
The Guard at the Tomb
The Historicity Of The Empty Tomb Of Jesus
The Disciples' Inspection of the Empty Tomb
Contemporary Scholarship and the Historical Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ
The Bodily Resurrection of Jesus

John Piper
Nine Ways to Know That the Gospel of Christ Is True
A Call for Courage in the Cause of Truth
There Is Salvation In No One Else
Jesus Is Precious Because His Biblical Portrait Is True: Part 1
Jesus Is Precious Because His Biblical Portrait Is True: Part 2
Jesus Came Into the World To Be Trusted
God Vindicated His Righteousness In The Death of Christ
The Marvelous Rising of a Rejected Stone
Jesus: Worthy of More Glory Than Moses
Who Is A True Jew?

Benjamin B. Warfield
The Christ that Paul Preached
The Historical Christ
The Person of Christ According to the New Testament
The Resurrection of Christ: A Historical Fact

***Answering The Search for Jesus: Answering The Search for Jesus–An ABC special hosted by Peter Jennings (Monday, June 26, 2000)

By Craig Branch, Director, Apologetics Resource Center

 

BBC News | TV AND RADIO | Looking for the historical Jesus

The Historical Jesus

Jesus Seminar Forum - Historical Quest

Resources for Studying Historical Jesus

New Testament Gateway: Historical Jesus

Ankerberg Theological Research Institute - Historical Jesus Videos

Historical Jesus: Links by Google search

Kurt Eggenstein: Historical Criticism in Bible Research

Scholarly Approaches to and Perspectives on the Historical Study of Jesus

 

Brief note on Albert Schweitzer  and The Quest of the Historical Jesus: A Critical Study of its Progress from Reimarus to Wrede

 

Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)

[From http://www.theologicalstudies.citymax.com/articles/article/1543899/17449.htm]

 

Importance

          German theologian, medical missionary, and musicologist

          Famous for viewing Jesus as an apocalyptic leader who was wrong about the coming of the kingdom

          Rejected liberal view of Jesus as just a moral teacher

          Said theologians were finding a Jesus who reflected them and their views

          Was a believer in ‘the spirit of Jesus’ and emphasized ethics and discipleship

 

Albert Schweitzer: "The historical basis for Christianity as presented by rationalist, liberal and modern theology, no longer exists." 48

“The story of the "Quest of the Historical Jesus," as told by Schweitzer, includes not only rationalist attempts at discrediting traditional Christian teaching, but also attempts by Christian theologians to fend off such critiques by creating an edifice of critical theological scholarship by which a believable "real Jesus" might emerge to view. The result, often enough, was a "modernized" Jesus, one whose ethical genius and message of a "spiritual kingdom" brought him close to the liberal ideas of 19th-century German Protestantism. Schweitzer's own position on the historical Jesus, present from beginning to end in his famous book but developed especially at the end, is represented by what he calls "thoroughgoing eschatology." This is Schweitzer's lasting contribution to scholarship, even though his own reconstruction of Jesus' short career is open to considerable criticism.” THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO THE JESUS SEMINAR, by Birger A. Pearson

 

“Schweitzer almost single-handedly terminated the Old Quest. For almost five decades theologians accepted his conclusions that the gospels are theological, not historical, documents. They contained no reliable information about the beliefs, statements, acts, or philosophy of Jesus. The highly respected German New Testament scholar, Rudolf Bultmann (1884-1976) reinforced Schweitzer's conclusions. He concluded that the primitive Christian movement was not concerned about creating biographies of Jesus; they were motivated by the need to create "propaganda." He concluded that the "Christ who is preached is not the historic Jesus, but the Christ of faith."” History of the search for the historical Jesus

 

****Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965), by Julian Gotobed, Fall, 2004:  “Schweitzer’s outline of Jesus stressed the distance between the historical Jesus and Schweitzer’s own generation. Jesus believed he was the Messiah and expected God to intervene in history and bring the world to an end in the course of his ministry. The expected end did not materialize, but Jesus bore the suffering destined to sweep over Israel and the world. The personality of Jesus is the link between the historical life of Jesus and Christianity. Jesus summons people to follow him in changing the world. Ironically, the failure of Jesus’ hopes when God did not intervene ultimately freed Jesus from the constraints of a Jewish worldview.”