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The first edition of this book has already proved its worth to students beginning Gospel study. In this revised and expanded version its authors - experienced teachers of Theology and New Testament - offer a succinct, readable, and stimulating introduction. The writers maintain a good balance between more technical aspects of the subject (e.g., Gospel composition and relationships, "historical Jesus" issues) and matters of more general interest.
Moyise and Marsh have written a very useful student introduction to key issues in the critical study of Jesus and the Gospels. It does not leap straight in to the quest of the historical Jesus but helpfully surveys the relevant materials, and provides valuable summaries of the positions of major scholars. This is a concise, readable and appealing invitation to study Jesus and the Gospels.
Reviewed in International Review of Biblical Studies, 2007.