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Saving Jesus Redux Home Edition is a 12-episode video exploration of a credible Jesus for the 21st Century. Join 25 experts for a conversation around the relevance of Jesus for today. Already utilized by hundreds of progressive Christian communities, Saving Jesus is now available in a Home Edition licensed for private home viewing. Two DVD discs with twelve 30-minute episodes.



1. Intro: Jesus Through the Ages

Marcus Borg

2. Who Was Jesus?

Walter Brueggemann

3. What Can We Know About Jesus (and How)?

Ron Buford

4. The World Into Which Jesus Was Born

Diana Butler Bass

5. Jesus' Birth: Incarnation

Minerva Carcaño

6. Teachings of Jesus: Wisdom Tradition

John B. Cobb Jr.

7. Jesus' Program: The Kingdom of God

John Dominic Crossan

8. Jesus' Ministry of Compassion

Yvette Flunder

9. Who Killed Jesus?

James A. Forbes Jr.

10. The Atonement

Matthew Fox

11. The Resurrection of Christ

Lloyd Geering

12. Why Jesus Is Worth Saving

Hans Küng


Amy-Jill Levine


Brian McLaren


Robin Meyers


Rita Nakashima Brock


Culver "Bill" Nelson


Rebecca Ann Parker


Stephen Patterson


Helen Prejean


Bernard Brandon Scott


John Shelby Spong


Dave Tomlinson


Emilie Townes


Winnie Varghese

Saving Jesus Redux Home Edition is licensed for private home viewing only, all other rights reserved. This DVD is not closed captioned. Unauthorized duplication, exhibition and/or distribution of this product is a violation of applicable laws and is strictly prohibited. A public-use version of LtQ2 is available at Saving Jesus Redux and includes downloadable participant and leader resources for small group study.

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Date Added 21 Nov 2011


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