Have you ever wondered who Jesus really was? Maybe you think Christian beliefs about him are just religious legend, but what does history tell us about Jesus? Join a conversation about scholarly research on the most famous person in human history. Dr. Blomberg, Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary, takes his audience through a chronological tour of historical Jesus research. After distinguishing between what he calls “popular mythology” about Jesus and scholarly research, he discusses the methodology, presuppositions, and implications of Jesus research from Albert Schweitzer to Rudolf Bultmann and the New Quest, to today’s current resurgence of research that is being called the Third Quest. Dr. Blomberg highlights various key thinkers, and spends the latter portion of his talk discussing the work of NT Wright and the significance of Jesus in both the ancient Jewish cultural milieu and the present-day.