Written by J. Ed Komoszewski, M. James Sawyer and Daniel B. Wallace, Reinventing Jesus: How Contemporary Skeptics Miss the Real Jesus and Mislead Popular Culture seeks to answer the most common misconceptions and lies of the most current critiques of Christianity. Meticulously researched, this book invites the readers to take a firsthand look at the primary evidences for Christianity’s origins. Moreover, this book covers a large range of topics in order to make a case for the historical reliability of the Christian faith which includes early biblical manuscripts, writings of early church fathers, and even pagan literature. In particular, Reinventing Jesus takes on Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code and the authors calmly demonstrates how this book is trying to tear down the credibility of the historic Christian faith. Recommended for both believers and skeptics of the Christian faith, Reinventing Jesus is a very good book that defends Jesus as Christians know Him through the Scripture.
- “Reinventing Jesus answers the contemporary skeptics. This book is a must for those who wish to know the hard facts.” – C. Greer, Amazon Review
- “If you have ever been attacked by atheists or Jesus Seminar types, this book is invaluable. It is a powerful testimony to the reliability of scripture. The author handily defeats the absurdities of The Da Vinci Code. This will be the best money you ever spent. It could even save your soul.” – D. Dostert, Amazon Review
- “I recommend this book to skeptic wanting to read the other side.” – TC, Amazon Review
- “What I like most about this book is it avoided wasting too much time on debunking Da Vinci Code but spends a great deal of time focusing on the reliability of the gospels. Overall, it brings a unique and sound portrayal of Early Christianity and for those who are curious about it, Reinventing Jesus is a page-turner and an eye-opener.” – C. Bond, Amazon Review
- “Reinventing Jesus is a very good book and one I would not hesitate to recommend to either a believer or an unbeliever.” – Tim Challies, The Discerning Reader