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L. L. Webb (eds), Key Events in the Life of the Historical Jesus: A Collab- orative Exploration of Context and Coherence (Tübingen 2009). For the other books mentioned see n. 6 above. 13 Edited by Tom Holmén and Stanley E. Porter. B. Green, S. H. A. ), Encyclopedia of the Historical Jesus (New York 2008). 16 The sheer amount of impressive and fascinating new insights based on a significantly increased number of primary texts, documents, archaeological data and the more highly sophisticated methodology can be gauged from the growth of the first reference work of the new literary genre that accompanied the appearance of this new field of studies, Emil Schürer’s Lehrbuch der neutestamentlichen Zeitgeschichte.
Meier, A Marginal Jew (ABRL; New York 1991–2009) contain lengthy chapters on the Jewish traditions relevant to Jesus. For the Jewish social world vol. 3 (Companions and Competitors, 2001) is especially noteworthy. R. K. Beilby, “The Quest for the Historical Jesus: An Introduction”, in The Historical Jesus: Five Views (ed. K. R. Eddy; London 2010) 9–54, esp. 48–49. 7 Among recent publications see e. g. F. Craffert, The Life of a Galilean Shaman: Jesus of Nazareth in Anthropological-Historical Perspective (Eugene, OR 2008); D.
N. 32). 43 This Jesus, freed from an all too narrow understanding of the historical quest, is true in an existential sense that pure historical analysis cannot even imagine. For Schweitzer it is Jesus’ eschatological outlook onto the world (even if it failed in the end) that makes him so fascinating. Eschatology for Schweitzer means first and foremost “that he looks beyond the consummation and salvation of the individual to a consummation and salvation of the world and to an Schweitzer, Quest (see n.