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J. Ed Komoszewski

J. Ed Komoszewski, Th.M

Founder of Cristus Nexus

Project Director for Converse With Scholars

Co-author of the following books:

Putting Jesus in His Place:
The Case for the Deity of Christ
(forthcoming by Kregal, August 2007)

Reinventing Jesus:

What The DaVinci Code and Other Novel Speculations Don't Tell You

(Kregel, 2006) and

Holes in God's Hands: Knowing Jesus as Your Lord and Your God

(Kregel, forthcoming)

Director at Large for Reclaiming the Mind Ministries

Taught biblical and theological studies at Northwestern College

Summa Cum Laude from Dallas Theological Seminary

Th.M in New Testament Studies with two major honors:

óThe John F. Walvoord Award

for outstanding work in the department of Theological Studies

ó The W.H. Griffith Thomas Award

for graduating at the top of his class.

Reinventing Jesus Seminars

The authors are available for seminars based on the content of Reinventing Jesus.

It may be appropriate in some venues for 1 or 2 of the authors to speak. In some instances presentation material can be tailored for specific needs of the audience.

The flagship Reinventing Jesus seminar is a three-hour event featuring all three authors. This seminar, which receives top priority in scheduling, is based on the following core topics in the book:


Daniel B. Wallace

SESSION I

(Daniel B. Wallace, Ph.D.):

Is What We Have Now What They Wrote Then?

The Text and Transmission of the New Testament

M. James Sawyer

SESSION 2

(M. James Sawyer, Ph.D.):

Did the Early Church Muzzle the Canon?

The Formation of the New Testament

J. Ed Komoszewski

SESSION 3

(J. Ed. Komoszewski, Th.M.):

The Divinity of Jesus: Early Tradition or Late Superstition?

The authors are also available for a limited number of five-hour seminars covering each of the topics in the flagship seminar, plus the historical reliability of the Gospels and a comparison of Jesus with ancient mythical gods. All seminars include opportunities for participants to interact with the speakers.



Deity of Christ Seminar