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We’re continuing our giveaways of copies of our books here at The Jesus Blog. The winner this time around will get a free copy of my The Historiographical Jesus. My thanks to the folks at Baylor University Press for providing this free book!
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As to the book itself, it is the first full-scale application of social memory theory to the historical Jesus. It is also the most comprehensive treatment of the title "Son of David". It was also (I am told) the first dissertation to receive a dedicated panel review at the annual Society of Biblical Literature meeting (founded in 1880). Here is the table of contents: