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Doing History the (W)right Way

Is N.T. Wright’s Historical Method Modern, Postmodern, or Something Else Altogether?

In: Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus
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  • 1 New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, rstewart@nobts.edu
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This article argues that Wright’s historical method is neither modern nor postmodern though it does contain elements that are found in each. In it I assess Wright’s method in light of critique from Carey Newman on the one hand and Brian Walsh and Richard Middleton on the other. I conclude that all of them are partially correct and partially incorrect.

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