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George Albert Wells (born May 22, 1926), usually known as G. A. Wells, is an Emeritus Professor of German at Birkbeck . In 2003 Wells stated that he now disagrees with Robert M. Price on the information about Jesus being "all mythical". Wells, is an Emeritus Professor of German at Birkbeck, University of London. After writing books about famous European intellectuals, such as Johann Gottfried Herder and Franz Grillparzer, he turned to the study of the historicity of Jesus, starting with his book The Jesus of the Early Christians in 1971. Wells believes that the Jesus of the gospels is obtained by attributing the supernatural traits of the Pauline epistles to the human preacher of Q.
He embarks on a close analysis of the Book of Acts, questioning its authorship and casting doubt on the events it and the gospels describe. Publisher: Open Court Publishing.
Thoughts on the Reliability of Early Christian Testimony. The earliest refernces to Peter reveal a pre-gospel Christianity which had not yet come to believe that Jesus had lived and died in the recent past as described in the gospels. by George Albert Wells. What emerges from critical reading of the sources is that the real Peter and Paul were bitterly divided, but that later traditions tried to represent them as working harmoniously together, and presented Peter as companion of the newly-composed gospels.
Can We Trust the New Testament?: Thoughts on the Reliability of Early Christian Testimony (Open Court, 2004). Wells relates Schopenhauer's view of the primacy of the will to Albert Schweitzer's claiming that the will is a transcendent reality at the basis of self-consciousness that provides immediate certainties - allowing us to connect with the "mighty spiritual force streaming forth from ", needing no longer to rely on the uncertain results of historical criticism concerning.
By George Albert Wells. The gospels included in the New Testament (NT) are widely agreed to have been written between . Can we trust the New Testament? George Albert Wells.
The earliest refernces to Peter reveal a pre-gospel Christianity which had not yet come to believe that Jesus had lived and died in the recent past as described in the gospels. only much later does this legend become elaborated so that Peter is the sole founder of the church of Rome.
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