Crossan voices controversial ideas

Concordia welcomed world-renowned historical Jesus expert John Dominic Crossan on Nov. 5. Crossan presented his seminar “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior,” sponsored by the CHARIS Ecumenical Center during the […]

 

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