There is a symposium at Syndicate on Chris Keith’s book, Jesus against the Scribal Elite: The Origins of the Conflict (2014).
The following critical responses to the volume are available on the Syndicate website:
Symposium Introduction, by Chris Tilling.
“Put into Perspective By an Illiterate Jesus”, by Dagmar Winter, October 10, 2015.
Response to Chris Tilling and Dagmar Winter by Chris Keith, “Jesus, Scribal Illiteracy, and Conflict: In Grateful Dialogue with My Respondents”, October 12, 2015.
“Text-Brokering and Social Upheaval”, by Tobias Hägerland, October 14, 2015.
Response by Chris Keith, “Understating the Significance of Jesus’ Success: A Response to Tobias Hägerland”, October 14, 2015.
“Literacy, Iconoclasm, and a Maddening Portrait of Jesus”, by Christopher Skinner, October 19, 2015.
Response by Chris Keith, “Embarrassment and the Unpalatably Illiterate Jesus: A Response to Christopher Skinner”, October 19, 2015.
“Will the “Real” Jesus Stand Up?”, by Jason Lamoreaux, October 21, 2015.
Response by Chris Keith, “‘Perspective’ and the Debateable Legitimacy of Putting Humpty Dumpty Together Again: A Response to Jason Lamoreaux“, October 21, 2015.
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