- Title Pages
- 1 The Incarnational Narrative and the Problem of Its Historicity
- 2 Modernity's Responses to the Problem
- 3 Why the Events Matter: 1. History, Meaning, and Myth
- 4 Why the Events Matter: 2. God's Atoning Work
- 5 Awareness of the Narrative: Do We Need to Know?
- 6 Is the Incarnation Logically Possible?
- 7 Miracles: Their Possibility and Knowability
- 8 Critical History and the Supernatural
- 9 Epistemology and the Ethics of Belief
- 10 The Incarnational Narrative as Historical: Evidence for Belief
- 11 The Incarnational Narrative as Historical: Grounds for Belief
- 12 Putting the Two Stories Together
- 13 Historical Scholarship and the Layperson: A Case Study
- 14 Conclusions: Deeper Encounters With Historical Scholarship and Prospects for Apologetics
- Works Cited
- The Historical Christ and the Jesus of Faith
- Oxford University Press
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