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Paula Fredriksen renowned historian and author of From Christ to Jesus begins this inquiry into the historic Jesus with a fact that may be the only undisputed thing we know about him his crucifixionRome reserved this means of execution particularly for political insurrectionists and the Roman charge posted at the head of the cross indicted Jesus for claiming to be King of the Jews To reconstruct the Jesus who provoked this punishment Fredriksen takes us into the religious worlds Jewish and pagan of Mediterranean antiquity through the labyrinth of Galilean and Judean politics and on into the ancient narratives of Paul's letters the gospels the Dead Sea Scrolls and Josephus' histories The result is a profound contribution both to our understanding of the social and religious contexts within which Jesus of Nazareth moved and to our appreciation of the mission and message that ended in the proclamation of Jesus as Messiah


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    With this book copyright 1999 Paula Fredriksen a Catholic converted to Judaismcontinues and advances her 1988 work in From Jesus to Christ Both are excellent books She proposes as fundamental two questions Why did Jesus die the way he did in a Roman style execution? and Why weren't any of his followers executed at the same time? That seems like a useful interpretive tool and I haven't seen it used in other works about Jesus In line with much other modern scholarship she insists that Jesus was fundamentally Jewish This is also a useful tool for interpretation She works backward toward the historical Jesus from what we know about earliest Christianity especially the genuine letters of Paul and forward from what we know of the varieties of Judaism that preceded Jesus Jesus must have made sense to his contemporaries and must make sense out of what immediately follows That means it's harder for us 2000 years later to make Jesus relevant to modern issues but Jesus' world was not our worldFredriksen makes a good case for seeing in the Gospel of John history than earlier 20th century scholars John's highly developed post Easter theology which he puts in the mouth of Jesus depends less on history than the theologies of the other 3 gospels therefore when John does give us some history as in the number of trips Jesus made to Jerusalem and the length of Jesus' ministry it is less likely to to be shaped to fit a theology likely to be just something that a community remembers Fredriksen assigns responsibility for Jesus' death almost entirely to Pilate contrary to the impression that all four gospels give Here too she is in good scholarly company Her hypothesis about what led to Pilate's decision makes good sense She thinks crowds of Passover pilgrims who did not know Jesus well and proclaimed him as a political Messiah than Jesus actually was provoked Pilate who actually knew Jesus to be a rather harmless sort to act And what better way to calm this rambunctious crowd than to kill its hero? I would not say that she's proven her case It remains a hypothesis but one that should be taken seriouslyThis book is both scholarly and well written I highly recommend it